Spouse abuse is one of the major health crises in the world, which simultaneously threatens people's physical and mental health. The World Health Organization has reported that spousal abuse is more prevalent in the form of violence against women in families, with one out of every three women being physically, sexually or otherwise abused in the world. Therefore, the aim of this study was to determine the Effectiveness of Imago relationship training on Negative Marital Attitudes in Couples with Emotional spouse abuse.
This research was based on objective, applied and, in terms of data type, quantitative. In terms of research design, the present study was a semi-experimental method with pre-test and post-test design with control group. In this study, population was the couples were afflicted with spouse abuse in Isfahan city in the year 96. The sample consisted of 16 couples (32 people) who were purposefully selected based on the criteria for including and excluding and randomly assigned to the experimental and control groups.
The results of multivariate and one-variable covariance analysis showed that Imago relationship training in the experimental group significantly decreased negative marital attitudes in comparison with the control group.
Regarding the effect of Imago relationship training on negative marital attitudes, it is suggested that the therapists include the main components of this treatment in working with couples with a spouse's problem.
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