The study investigated the effect of family group consultation. Specific
hypotheses to be examined were:
1. Family group consultation is productive in helping individuals move
toward more effective behavior as measured by the increase in
correlation between self sort and the ideal sort at the end of consultation.
The primary purpose of this research was to compare posttest scores
for changes in depression and self-esteem in spouses of stroke patients
with aphasia who received group counseling with those who did not receive
group counseling. Depression was measured by the Depressive Adjective
Checklist (A-D) and self-esteem by the Tennessee...
This exploratory study was undertaken to determine the combined
effects which two rather unique approaches in the fields of counseling
and psychotherapy might have on the behavior and academic achievement
of ten selected deviant high school students. These approaches have
been termed the 1) self-consistency approach to behavior change and...
The purpose this study was to determine how group counseling
influenced attitudes of low-income youth toward self, others,
and society. The subjects, all high school age, were participants
in an education program held on a college campus during the 1970
regular collegiate summer session. They lived in a residence hall...
This study was designed to investigate the effects of group
counseling on the self concept and academic achievement of high
school sophomore health classes. Specific hypotheses to be examined
1. The experimental group will evidence more improvement in
academic achievement score than will the control group.
2. The experimental...
The purpose of this dissertation was to increase understanding of adolescent school counseling groups including a literature review of the quantitative outcome research on group work with adolescents in the schools and a qualitative exploration of the adolescent experience of cohesion in rural school counseling groups. Outcome research on group...
Equine-assisted group work has recently emerged in the empirical literature as a promising treatment approach for a variety of populations, including women trauma survivors (Whittlesey-Jermone, 2014; Shambo, Seely, & Vonderfecht, 2010). However, group therapeutic processes (e.g., therapeutic factors) and group leader characteristics have yet to be studied in equine-assisted groups....