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We provide the present as well as other self-help manuals at no cost. If you have benefited from the manual and/or would like to support our research, please consider making a donation. Donations of $20/20€ or more help us, for example, to create new self-help videos. You may donate online via this link, and you will receive an official receipt within a few days.

Priročnik in delovni listi za mojMKT so zdaj na razpolago v elektronski obliki (tretja izdaja).

Prevod: Tina Zadravec (tina.zadravec@psih-klinika.si).

Preliminarno različico koncepta smo uspešno preverili z raziskavo na 86 pacientih z OKM: mojMKT ima pozitiven in pomemben vpliv na obsesije in depresijo v primerjavi s kontrolno skupino. Če vas zanimajo rezultati, si lahko preberete članek spodaj. Te pilotske izsledke smo potrdili še v dveh bolj strogih kliničnih študijah (Hauschildt et al., 2016; Moritz et al., 2016), ki sta prav tako pokazali, da mojMKT vpliva na pomemben upad obsesivnih simptomov, izboljšal pa je tudi znanje o kognitivnih pristranskostih, ki so del te motnje.

Terapija dvoma

Pred kratkim smo z namenom uporabe za samopomoč priredili intervencijo avtorja dr. Kierona O'Connorja, imenovano "Terapija dvoma". Naša randomizirana kontrolirana raziskava (terapija dvoma v primerjavi s kontrolno skupino iz čakalne liste) je pokazala pomemben pozitiven učinek terapije dvoma na obsesije tekom štirih tednov. Tukaj si lahko preberete več o samem konceptu.

Znanstveni članki

Moritz, S., Jelinek, L., Hauschildt, M. & Naber, D. (2010). How to treat the untreated: effectiveness of a self-help metacognitive training program (myMCT) for obsessive-compulsive disorder. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience, 12, 209-220.

Hauschildt, M., Schröder & Moritz, S. (2016). Randomized-controlled trial on a novel (meta)cognitive self-help approach for obsessive-compulsive disorder (“myMCT”). Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 10, 26-34.

Moritz, S., Stepulovs, O., Schröder, J., Hottenrott, B., Meyer, B. & Hauschildt, M. (2016). Is the whole less than the sum of its parts? Full versus individually adapted metacognitive self-help for obsessive-compulsive disorder: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 9, 107-115.

Please help us to help others!

Recognizing the difficult financial situation of many people suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), we offer this manual and other treatment programs we have developed free of charge.

Moreover, it is our explicit goal to evaluate and further improve myMCT by continuing scientific research. However, research is expensive. We therefore rely on federal funding and donations. If you would like to support us in providing free treatment materials to people with psychological disorders, we would be very grateful. We will of course provide these materials to you at no cost whether or not you make a donation. No one should feel morally obligated to donate! Donations will be used to further develop myMCT. Upcoming projects include translation of our manuals into other languages, improvements of the manual, and payment of staff members who conduct research studies. If needed for tax purposes, we are happy to send you a receipt (please send an email to Steffen Moritz (moritz@uke.de) and include your postal address and full name). Donations may be made to the account below or online.

Please inquire about different possibilities for sponsorship. Please donate to the following account (tax certificates will be issued on request):

Pay to: UKE AG Neuropsychologie
Bank: Hamburger Sparkasse HASPA

Reference/Reason for Payment line (this is crucial to ensure that your donation reaches us): 0470/001 – MyMCT

IBAN: DE54200505501234363636