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ERIC Number: ED044720
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Jun
Pages: 138
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Effects of Differential Practicum Experiences on Client and Counselor Perceptions of Initial Interviews.
Silverman, Manuel Stewart
This paper investigates two types of practicum experiences: (1) experiential introspective; and (2) didactic-behavioristic. The hypotheses tested include: (1) there are no differences between mean responses of the counselees in the two above groups; (2) there are no differences between mean responses of the counselors in the two groups; (3) there are no differences between mean responses of group one (experiential-introspective) counselors and their counselees, or between group two (didactic-behavioristic) counselors and their counselees. The instruments used were the Therapy Session Report, Form P and Form T. Results include: (1) both counselors and counselees in group one differed in their perceptions of the counseling session from group two; (2) group one counselors differed from their clients in some perceptions of the counseling sessions; (3) group two counselors differed from their clients in some perceptions of the counseling sessions. Analysis of the data indicated the rejection of all four null hypotheses. (Author/KJ)
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