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ERIC Number: ED014287
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962
Pages: 13
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Reference Count: 0
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ANALYSIS OF STUDENT REACTIONS TO COUNSELING.
SENSOR, PHYLLIS
OF 174 RESPONDENTS TO A QUESTIONNAIRE ADMINISTERED IN SELECTED CLASSES AT RIVERSIDE CITY COLLEGE, MORE THAN HALF INDICATED THAT THEY HAD CONSIDERED TAKING A PROBLEM TO A COUNSELOR WITHOUT ACTUALLY DOING SO. MOST OF THESE STUDENTS STATED THAT THEY HAD SOLVED THEIR PROBLEMS WITHOUT HELP. AREAS WHICH STUDENTS IDENTIFIED AS SUITABLE FOR COUNSELING ASSISTANCE WERE EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL PLANNING, ACADEMIC MATTERS, AND GRADES. FAMILY, PERSONAL-SOCIAL, AND EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS WERE NOT CONSIDERED APPROPRIATE AREAS FOR THE COLLEGE COUNSELOR. THE AUTHOR CONCLUDED (1) THAT THERE WAS A NEED FOR CLARIFICATION OF THE COUNSELOR'S FUNCTION, FOR INCREASING THE COUNSELOR'S AVAILABILITY, AND FOR INCREASING COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE STUDENT AND THE COUNSELOR, AND (2) THAT THE STUDENTS INDICATED A NEED FOR ASSISTANCE IN ASSESSMENT OF ABILITIES AND IN BUILDING OF CONFIDENCE. (WO)
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