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This study aimed to predict social adjustment based on emotional adjustment and psychological cohesion with the mediating role of family resilience. Path analysis and descriptive correlation were the study methods used. Isfahan's statistics population consisted only of adolescents aged 15 to 18. The sample size was 299 individuals. The data were collected by, Garnfsky et al.'s (2011) cognitive and emotional adjustment questionnaire, Antonowski's sense of cohesion questionnaire (1987), Shakeri's family flexibility scale (2003), and Bell's social adjustment inventory (1961). Data analysis was performed with descriptive and path analysis using SPSS-25 and Amos-24 software. The results showed that the proposed model has a good fit emotional adjustment, psychological cohesion, and family resilience have a positive and significant relationship with social adjustment (p<0.01). The direct paths of cognitive, emotional adjustment, psychological cohesion, and family resilience to social adjustment were significant (p<0.01). Moreover, the indirect paths of cognitive, emotional adjustment, and psychological cohesion to social adjustment were significant with the mediation of family resilience (p<0.01). Based on the results of this study, it is suggested to consider the mediating role of family resilience in the relationship between emotional adjustment and psychological cohesion with social adjustment and that therapists include this component in their therapeutic application.