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The Effectiveness of Emotion Regulation Training on Couple Burnout and Emotional Divorce of Applied for Divorce Women
Farhad Asghari1, Khadijeh Isapoor Haftkhani2, Reza Ghasemi Jobaneh3
1- University of Gilan , farhad.asghari@gmail.com
2- Islamic Azad university
3- Shahid Chamran university of Ahvaz
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Introduction: The aim of the current research was to investigate the effectiveness of emotion regulation training on couple burnout and emotional divorce of applied for divorced women.
Methods: This study is an experimental method one designed by the pretest-posttest. Statistical society of this research has consisted of women referred to the court in Rasht city in 2015 and applied for divorce. In this research, thirty people were selected through the available sampling method and randomly assigned to one of two experimental and control groups; fifteen people per group. The experimental group participated in ten sessions of emotion regulation training, the control group received no intervention. Pines couple burnout and Poorhosein and Bidart emotional divorce questionnaires were used. Data gathered and analyzed by univariate analysis of covariance.  
Results: Results showed that emotion regulation training could significantly reduce couple burnout and emotional divorce of women who applied for divorce. (P<0.01)
Conclusions: Due to the effectiveness of emotion regulation training, implementation of such educational programs in crisis intervention centers and social work clinics is recommended.
Keywords: Emotion Regulation, Couple Burnout, Emotional Divorce
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/05/11 | Accepted: 2018/07/31 | Published: 2018/04/15

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