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Paniri S, Ali Akbari Dehkordi M. The Effect of Psycho-educational Intervention of Positive and Safe Parenting Skills on Mothers' Quality of Life and Children's Resilience. FPJ 2021; 7 (1) :29-36
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1- M. A, General Psychology, Faculty of Humanities, Payame Noor University. Tehran, Iran. , Shahin.paniri@gmail.com
2- Professor of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Humanities, Payame Noor University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.
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Background: Enhancement of parenting skills can increase the level of mothers' quality of life by increasing their self-confidence and thus improve their children's coping with stress. Objective: This study aimed to investigate the effect of the psycho-educational intervention of positive and safe parenting skills on mothers' quality of life and children's resilience. Method: Current applied research had an experimental method with a pre-test, post-test, and one-month follow-up design with a control group. The statistical population included mothers of preschool children who were referred to GOLHA Kindergarten in Tehran in 2021. From this statistical population, 30 mothers with preschool children were selected by a Purposeful sampling method and then randomly assigned to two experimental groups of 15 people and a control group of 15 people. Data were collected using the scale of the world health organization's quality of life (Nejat, Montazeri, Holakouie, Mohammad, Majdzadeh, 2007)  and the scale of the child and youth resilience measure (CYRM) – 28 (Liebenberg, Ungar, & Vijver, 2012). The experimental group participated in eight 45-minute sessions of the psycho-educational intervention of positive and safe parenting skills  (Alipour, Aliakbari Dehkordi & Barghi Irani, 2018) and the control group did not receive any intervention at that time. To test the hypotheses of this study, multiple analysis of covariance was used to evaluate the effect of the intervention and repeated measures analysis of variance was used to evaluate the stability of the effect of the intervention in the follow-up stage. The results: The results showed that the psycho-educational intervention of positive and safe parenting skills significantly increased the positive quality of life of mothers and the resilience of children in the experimental group compared to the control group in post-test and follow-up tests. Conclusion: Based on finding of this study, it can be concluded the psycho-educational intervention of positive and safe parenting skills can be used in educational spaces.
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