عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to develop a life skills training based on Islamic culture in Iran and determining its effectiveness on the happiness and resilience of divorced women. The research method consists of two qualitative and quantitative parts. The statistical population of this research includes all divorced women between 30 and 40 years old who referred to counseling and psychological services centers of Kerman in the first half of 1395, among whom 30 were selected by available sampling method and were randomly divided into two experimental and control groups (15 subjects). To collect data, Resilience Questionnaires and Oxford Happiness Questionnaire were used. The training program was performed on 11 sessions of 90 minutes in the experimental group and the control group in the waiting list and the results were analyzed using covariance analysis. Results showed that the content validity ratio was calculated based on the Lavoshe method for 10 experts (0/83), and the content validity index based on the Waltz and Bassel methods for this number was 0/80 obtained, and based on comparing these values with the acceptable value of both indicators, the content validity of the program is acceptable. Also, the results showed that life skills training had an impact on increasing the happiness and resiliency of the experimental group compared to the control group. According to the results, life skills program (self-awareness, coping with stress, empathy) based on indigenous culture is an appropriate and effective program for divorced women and its implementation can affect the happiness and resiliency of these individuals.