Document Type: Original Article

Authors

1 Assistant professor of Psychology, Kish University, Kish, Iran

2 M.A in Clinical Psychology, Kish University, Kish, Iran

Abstract

The present study was done in order to study the impact of cognitive- behavioral skills training on improvement of marital satisfaction and martial burnout. Statistical population in this study consisted of studying married teachers of kish state schools in 2015-2016 academic year that 60 teachers were selected using the screening method and were placed in two groups as experimental group and control group. The used tools include the job burnout Questionnaire and Sanaei marital satisfaction Questionnaire. This study was a semi- pilot design and its research design (plan) was the pretest - posttest with control group. The data analysis was performed by the Single-Variable Covariance Analysis Test and Multi-Variable Covariance Analysis. The results showed that cognitive-behavioral skills training have a significant effect and positive on the marital satisfaction and reduced job burnout in married teachers of experimental group. The difference between experimental and control group was significant. In other words, cognitive-behavioral skills training results in the improvement of marital satisfaction and reduced martial burnout in teachers of experimental group.

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