|This case study was conducted with the purpose of fining out how effectively parent education and image-based mindfulness meditation reduces anxiety and depression caused from stresses from nurturing. The hypothesis of this research, which is about counseling cases of parents with teenagers who refuse to attend school and show violent behaviors, are as follows. First, if the relationships are improved through parent education and if the maladjusted behaviors are corrected by effective role of the parent(s), then the depression and anxiety caused by stress from nurturing will be alleviated. Second, if the client sufficiently re-experiences the problem of loss and condolence of their own child, which is a depth-psychology issue, through the image-based mindfulness meditation, she will gain insight. The counseling for this case study was conducted in 23 sessions in total. As a result of the counseling, the parent-child relationship was improved greatly, and the daughter`s problems with attending school and violent behaviors were modified. Through the image-based mindfulness meditation, the parent was able to gain an insight into the problem of losing and mourning over their own child, which had been suppressed and avoided. The client, who was afraid of even entering the house by herself because she feared the daughter who showed violent behaviors, was now able to go outside with her daughter arm-in-arm, and she came to acknowledge the necessity and importance of the issue of loss and condolence over the daughter`s biological parents. As a result of this case study, it has been found that the nurturing stress counseling of mothers who has gone through secret adoption, through parent education and image-based mindfulness meditation was very effective. Especially, the image-based mindfulness meditation suggested that there is a deep relevance between the current problem and problems of the past. In other words, it has been revealed that the problem of past loss, which had been suppressed by deep psychology fundamentally became the seed of current problem, which is the nurturing stress. The significance of the results of this case study can be summarized as follows. First, deep insight and acceptance of past problems, which is inherent as the seed for current problems can together minimize the current problems. Second, the fundamental resolution of current problems is difficult with parent education alone, but should be treated sufficiently with regards to depth psychology with editation counseling through image-based mindfulness meditation. Third confessing the matter of adoption is a very important issue which must be approached by stages from pre-school ages. The researcher wishes that there would be many researchers who conduct studies of life history of adopted children by stages. The problems of rage, aggression, resistance behavior, lack of conversation, depression, and the problem of self-image, which appear in many adopted children, reflect the process of mourning over the adoption, and are said to be reactions to acknowledging that they lost something meaningful. When one enters adolescence, the sense of loss deepens even more, and they begin to reevaluate the loss in terms of identity. The client`s foster daughter is growing up as a biological daughter, but when she finds out about such truth later on, she may experience serious confusion, and the client couple may feel the sense of guilt of not telling the child the truth. Moreover, they will always be anxious and worried about the child finding out about it in an unexpected situation and face difficulties. The remaining task of this case study lies in how to help the clients or the researcher with how and when to tell the truth about secret adoption, and help the child with the sense of loss and condolence over the biological parent(s).