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ERIC Number: ED109529
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Self-Control Applications to Counselor Education.
Yager, Geoffrey G.
An argument is made that all counseling should be aimed at eventually transforming helpees into helpers. The method of achieving this aim is to develop the client's skills of behavior change. The manner of encouraging these "counselor skills" involves the achievement of self-acceptance through two possible approaches: Magic and self-control. Although not totally without magic, the teaching of the self-control approach seems to be the more likely choice. Thus, the implementation of self-control projects by clients, counselor-trainees, and counselor-educators is encouraged. (Author)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Personnel and Guidance Association (31st, New York, New York, March 23-26, 1975)