| Published: September 25, 2016
The Efficacy of Cognitive Mindfulness Treatment in Decreasing Irrational Communicative Beliefs of Couples of Tehran City: An Independent Project
Background and Objectives: Historically mindfulness is one of the main techniques used by in Buddhist reflection that is rooted in the respective religion. The basics of this concept can be traced to the oldest Buddhist texts. The current research has been done by the aim of investigate mindfulness therapy based on cognition in reducing communicative and irrational beliefs in couples in city of Tehran. Materials and Methods : In one empirical study in random clinical experimental working form ,with pre-test & post-test ,30 couples (60) of Tehran City that has referred to one & two areas consultation clinics of this City were selected by available ampling method and randomly were allocated with Excel software into two examine and control groups . In two steps the couples were answered to Jones irrational questioner responding rate = 0/91) and responded to Epstein & Eidelson communicative beliefs (responding rate = 0/90). Mindfulness therapy protocol was presented in 12 weekly sessions. The participants did pre-test & post-test (after 12 teaching weeks ).The data were analyzed by using ancova covariance. So the qualitative data of demographic assessment were coded and were assayed with analyzing software of qualitative data ATLAS. ti – 5.2. Results: The findings results indicated that mindfulness therapy based on recognition is effective in reducing couples communicative (P<0/005) & irrational (P<0/001) beliefs, that totally 0/51 of changes variance in irrational beliefs, is determined by therapeutic intervention. Conclusion: The results show that mindfulness therapy based on cognition is effective in reducing irrational & Communicative beliefs in couples in city of Tehran.
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© 2016 I S Mansour, F Givi, T Yazdanfar, M Sabet, M Bahrani
Received: July 14, 2016; Revision Received: August 18, 2016; Accepted: September 25, 2016
Published in Volume 03, Issue 4, July-September, 2016