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ERIC Number: ED117601
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Mar-24
Pages: 10
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Use of Self-Control Procedures in the Counselor Education Program at Michigan State University.
Carrico, Kenneth L.
This paper describes a curriculum that attempts to provide counselor trainees with the necessary abilities to improve their counseling after they leave the learning environment and enter the world of work. These efforts come through training in self-control techniques during a counselor education masters program. A first course exposes trainees to behavior modification techniques and sets a self-modification task. This course is followed by one in which the self-management techniques are applied to the Modification of problem behaviors related to the trainees' ability to interview. Videotape and role-playing techniques are employed. Trainees are then encouraged to use the self-management techniques in practicum. There is also a brief description of the inclusion of self-modification training in the Ph.D. program. The techniques appear to be of significant help. (NG)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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