A Comparison of Effectiveness of group Systematic Motivational Counseling (SMC) and Couples Communication Program (CCP) to Reduce the Marital Distress in Iran

Heidari, H.; Zaker, B. Sanaei; Delavar, A.; Navabi-nejad, Sh.; Shafiabady, A.
August 2010
European Journal of Scientific Research;Aug2010, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p93
Academic Journal
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