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JSST. 2021;12(2): 65-108.         doi: https://doi.org/10.12964/jsst.21009
Intervention Study on Self-esteem Level of Primary School Students with Sand Play Therapy
Meiyu Cui1, Longnan Jin2, and Yuanrong Jin3
1崔美玉,女,中国 延边大学师范学院心理学系,教授
2金龙男,男,中国 延边大学心理健康教育与咨询中心,专职心理咨询师
3金源荣,女,中国 心理健康教育教师,延边职业技术学院
Received: September 27, 2021; Revised: November 25, 2021   Accepted: December 6, 2021.  Published online: December 31, 2021.
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ABSTRACT
Self-esteem is the overall feeling of individual self ability and self-worth, which is one of the important contents of psychological research. Good self-esteem not only improves students' self-confidence and achievement behavior, but also improves students' learning ability and social ability, and promotes the development of students' physical and mental health.Primary school is an important period for the development of self-esteem level. In this study, four subjects were selected to conduct ten sand play therapy intervention based on the principle of voluntary behavior of primary school students and the test results of students' self-esteem level. The results showed that there were significant differences between the test results before and after the test.In order to verify the effectiveness of sand play therapy in the intervention of self-esteem level, four subjects were followed up after 3 months.The conclusion is that the sand play therapy has a good intervention effect on the self-esteem level of primary school students.
Keywords: Primary school; Self-esteem level; Sand play therapy; Case intervention study
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