Effectiveness of Meta-cognitive Therapy and Solution-focuced Therapy in Marital Satisfaction among Women with Marital Conflict
The present study aimed to compare the effectiveness of cognitive therapy and solution-focused therapy in marital satisfaction of women with marital conflict. This study was semi-experimental (pre-test and post-test design with a control group). The study sample consisted of all women with marital conflict in 2016 that was referred to counseling centers in Sanandaj. Convenience sampling was used so that a center of consultation between all the centers of Sanandaj was choosed. After the announcement to participate in treatment plan, 45 subjects volunteered to participate in treatment. They were randomly assigned into three groups (15 subjects in each group) metacognitive therapy, solution-focused therapy and a control group. Both treatment groups were treated and control group did not receive treatment. Subjects were assessed using Enrich marital satisfaction questionnaire. Data were analyzed using univariate analysis of covariance. The results showed that both solution-focused therapy and meta-cognitive therapy were effective in marital satisfaction and solution-focused therapy had a greater impact than meta-cognitive therapy. Therefore, by applying these two treatments correctly, marital satisfaction can be increased and the rate of divorce could be reduced.
Modern psychological research, Volume:12 Issue:47, 2018
61 - 77
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