Comprehensive Study of Speech and Personal Changes in the Process of Logopsychotherapy
The article presents the results of a comprehensive psychological and neuropsychological study of speech and personality changes in the process of socio-rehabilitation of different age groups of family logopsychotherapy. 29 subjects, aged 8–32 years, took part in the study. 18 of them were males and 11 were females. After the end of family logopsychotherapy, significant differences were revealed in their praxis, memory, and verbal functions. Significant differences were also found in the rigidity of the emotional state and self-esteem. Some differences between different groups of participants are explained by composition and format of work in different years.