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Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Science, Yazd, Iran , nasirian90@gmail.com
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Interduction: Objectives: The main objective of Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy is that thepatientthroughautomaticmonitoringoftheactivitiesofthismentalityled toincreasedawarenessthroughthe creationand utilization of thestate of mindofmindtoberepeatedand Through Exerciseswere alwaysgoing togiveattention toaneutralobject such asthebreath of hisphysicalsensestoseeorthink aboutthoughts and feelings. The purposeof thisstudy was to investigatethe effectof mindfulnesstraininggrouponmarital satisfaction andobsessive-compulsive.

Methods: The subjects of the research calls for sampling were selected based on the ENRICH Marital Satisfaction Questionnaire-Short Form questionnaire obsessive - Compulsive Inventory (MOCI) were given to the peopleIn addition ,two clinical tools,the Diagnostic Interview-Based(DSM-IV)disorder,obsessive-compulsive disorder were compared. Community of women who's OCD had six months under treatment were 30 randomly selected subjects in the two were divided into control and experimental groups. The experimental group received eightsessions of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.At the end of the intervention group were reevaluated using the same tool (post-test).

Results: According to our results, premarital satisfaction scores in control group testing, respectively, with 8354/2and1546/3andthepost-test, respectively, 8453/2and3617/3was also the severity of the symptoms of obsessive-compulsive pre-test experimental and control groups, respectively, 5244/and4933/0 and4866respectivelyposttest/0and3822/0.

Conclusions:Thistreatmentled toa significantincrease insatisfactionin the experimental groupthan the control group It is. Onmindfulnesstrainingon reducingthe severity of obsessive-compulsiveeffective, but the relationshipwas not significant.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2014/03/29 | Accepted: 2014/08/3 | Published: 2016/03/9

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