The Effectiveness of Teaching Stress Management on Self-Efficacy and Quality of Life in Divorcées

  •  Parvin Ehteshamzadeh    
  •  Zahra Dashtbozorgi    
  •  Rezvan Homaii    
  •  Zahra Zarei    
  •  Laleh Hamid    


This research aims to study the influence of stress management training in self-efficacy and quality of life of the divorcées in Ahvaz. The research sample consists of 15 divorcées in a control group and 15 in an experimental group, selected by simple random sampling. The self-efficacy Rolandick and Life Quality SF_36 Questionnaires were used in this research. The research project was of pre-test and post-test type with control group. Pre-test was administered for both groups and then stress management teaching as the independent variable was administered on experimental group, after completion of, post-test was administered on both groups. The MANCOVA was used to analyze data. The results showed that compared to the control group, stress management training increased self-efficacy and quality of life beliefs of divorcées in the experimental group.

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