Paper Title
Problem Solving Training And Its Effect On Reducing Conflicts And Improving Emotional Literacy Of Teenage Girls With Addicted Parents

Purpose:The Purpose of the present study was to examine the effectiveness of problem solving techniques by on reducing conflicts and improving emotional literacy of teenage girls with addicted parents. Method:For this purpose, in a semi-experimental study with pre-test, post-test and Sham Control group, 20 teenage girls in the range of 13-15 age with addicted parents who referred to the counseling centers of Bojnord in the first six months of the academic year of 2013-2014 selected by available sampling and randomly replaced in two groups of Experimental and Sham Control group. Teenage girls who addicted parents of the experimental group received the intervention of training the problem solving and Sham Control group received training of computer. Parent- adolescent conflict questionnaire of AsadiYounesi andKimiaei’s questionnaire of Iranian families Psychological functioning Scaleto fill by members. Result:thedata analyzed by statistical software SPSS-20 and by using descriptive statistical indexes, independent t- test and covariance analysis (ANCOVA). The result show that the problem solving training leads to reduce the frequency and severity of parent-adolescent conflicts in teenage girls with addicted parents of the experimental group in contrast with Sham Control group. But this intervention not effect on increasing the emotional literacy of teenage girls.Conclusion:since problem solving intervention has significant effect in reducing the frequency and intensity of parent-adolescent conflict of teenage girls with addicted parents ,suggested that not only teenage girls ,but also parents of this teenage received this program. Key Words- Problem solving, Emotional literacy, Teenage girls, Addiction