The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of Emotionally Focused mindfulness-based cognitive Therapy in reducing irrational beliefs and emotional divorce of women.
The community consisted is all women in Zone 4 of Tehran in 1396, which came to the consulting centers. The sampling method was purpose-based sampling. At first on 200 women who were 25 to 40 years old, due to the lack of marital satisfaction, they visited district counseling centers in tehran, the questionnaire for the non - rational beliefs of Jones (1968) and emotional divorce of Mohammadi(1394) was implemented. And among those who scored high marks on the test of irrational beliefs and emotional divorce, 40 were selected and divided into two equal groups of experiment (20 person) and control (20 person). Then , independent variables of the circuit were carried out on the test group and the control group did not receive any therapy. By completing the sessions, the questionnaire was supplemented with non - rational beliefs and emotional divorce by the individuals of each group.
The results of data analysis from the covariance test showed that the emotionally focused mindfulness-based cognitive Therapy decreased the irrational beliefs and emotional divorce of married women.
The emotionally focused mindfulness-based cognitive Therapy decreased the irrational beliefs and emotional divorce of married women.
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