Paper Title
The Effectiveness of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy on Reducing the Symptoms of Aggression and Parent-Child Conflict in Divorce Children

Objectives: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of mindfulness-based therapy on reducing symptoms of aggression and parent-child conflict in divorce children. Method: The research design was semi-experimental and the sample consisted of 24 students of divorced and normal children in the age range of 9-10 years who were selected through purposeful sampling from primary schools in district 3 of Tabriz city and they were matched according to the aggression scores were assigned to control and experimental groups. The tools used in this research included Nelson & Finch's Aggression Questionnaire and Fine et al. Parent-Child Relationship Evaluation Questionnaire. Mindfulness Therapy package was implemented on the experimental group. Univariate covariance analysis test was used to analyze the data. Results: The results of univariate covariance analysis indicated a decrease in the symptoms of aggression and parental-child conflict in the experimental group at the post-test stage (P<0/001). Conclusion: It can be stated based on the findings that mindfulness skills training was effective in reducing the symptoms of aggression and improving the relationship between children and parents in divorced families. Keywords (s): Mindfulness, Aggression, Parent - Child Conflict.