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A tanulmány a krónikus bőrbetegségekben alkalmazott pszichológiai intervenciós módszereket tekinti át. A bevezető röviden kitér a releváns tanulmányok gyűjtésének módjára, s felvázolja, hogy a szisztematikus áttekintő tanulmány és a metaanalízis írása helyett miért esett a választás egy olyan műfajra, amely inkább az egyes terápiás technikák fő hatásmechanizmusait igyekszik fókuszba állítani. Bemutatja a pszichoedukációs programokkal kapcsolatos fő irányelveket, valamint a stresszkezelést is támogató különböző típusú terápiás technikákkal (autogén tréning, progresszív izomrelaxáció, biofeedback, jelentudatosság alapú intervenciók, hipnózis) és a kognitív viselkedésterápia alapú inter-venciókkal kapcsolatos eddigi eredményeket. Igyekszik felvázolni a potenciális hatásmechanizmusokat és a gyakorlatban is használható példákat próbál adni az intervenciók lépéseiből. Az összefoglaló tanulmány felhívja a figyelmet arra, hogy a pszichológiai intervencióknak a bőrtünetekre kifejtett kedvező hatásával kapcsolatban még nem áll rendelkezésünkre elegendő tudományos adat ahhoz, hogy messzemenő következtetéseket vonjunk le. Bár a pszichológiai módszerek az eddigi eredmények és az ismert hatásmechanizmusok alapján fontos kiegészítő eszközei lehetnek a bőrbetegek kezelésének, törekedni kell arra, hogy ez további, módszertanilag megfelelő intervenciós hatékonyságvizsgálatokkal alátámasztásra kerüljön.

This study reviews psychological interventions for chronic skin conditions. The introduction briefly discusses how the relevant studies were collected and outlines why, instead of writing a systematic review and a meta-analysis , a genre was chosen that tries to focus on the main mechanisms of action of each therapeutic technique. It presents some guidelines for psychoeducation programmes, and the findings on different types of therapeutic techniques that also support stress management (autogenic training, progressive muscle relaxation, biofeedback, mindfulness-based interventions, hypnosis) and cognitive behavioral therapy based interventions. It tries to outline the potential mechanisms of the different methods and to give practical examples of the steps of interventions. The paper draws attention to the fact that there is not yet enough scientific data on the beneficial effects of psychological interventions on skin symptoms to draw firm conclusions. Although psychological methods can be an important complementary tool for treating skin disorders, based on the results and known mechanisms of action, efforts should be made to support this with further methodologically appropriate intervention effectiveness studies.

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