Problem intervention : assessing a counsellor training program using action research principles

Donaldson, Brian (). Problem intervention : assessing a counsellor training program using action research principles Other, School of Psychology, The University of Queensland.

       
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Author Donaldson, Brian
Thesis Title Problem intervention : assessing a counsellor training program using action research principles
School, Centre or Institute School of Psychology
Institution The University of Queensland
Thesis type Other
Supervisor None
Total pages 28
Language eng
Subjects 1701 Psychology
Formatted abstract
A forty nine item questionnaire was given at the start and termination of a "hotline" counsellor training program, to fifty eight trainees. Analysis revealed that the items discriminated between the tour research groups: · those beginners who were appointed (AB); beginners who failed to gain appointment (NAB); appointed terminators (AT) and non-appointed terminators (NAT). Nine statistically significant items on the scale seam to measure a concept, here termed self-actualisation. Inferences are drawn from the discriminant analysis that was conducted and recommendations for program intervention and further study are suggested. A need for a clearer distinction between groups NAT and AT is indicated.
Keyword Counseling -- Study and teaching
Counseling -- Vocational guidance

Document type: Thesis
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