عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction:In recent decades, different methods have been used for improving family emotional conditions. The purpose of the current study is assessing both methods of mothers' behavioral management training and cognitive-behavioral training with and without the presence of girls in family emotional conditions.
Materials and Methods:This research has performed by pre-test, post-test, and follow-up with the control group, experimentally. The statistical population consists of girls from 13 to 15 years old in Zeynabiyeh school in Shahriar. Our assessment has been done on 600 students. Then 45 students were selected randomly among 120 students with weak family emotional Conditions, then, randomly replaced them in two experimental groups and one control group. The first training group received mothers' behavioral management and girls' cognitive-behavioral group training and the second training group received mothers' behavioral management training. The control group also did not receive any training and was placed on a waiting list. The data collection tool was the Hillburn Family Emotional Questionnaire (1964) in which data has been investigated using repeated measure MANOVA (Multivariate Analysis of Variance).
Findings:The results indicate that mothers' behavioral management training and cognitive-behavioral group therapy of girls led to enhance the family emotional Conditions. However, mothers’ behavior management training alone could not increase family emotional Conditions. These outcomes were also acknowledged in the follow-ups.
Conclusion:It seems that both mothers’ behavioral management training and cognitive behavior group therapy can be an effective intervention to increase family emotional Conditions.