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Publication Date

9-1-2008

Abstract

This exploratory study attempts to examine the impact of experiential group work training on counselor-trainees. Survey data about group process, attitudes and outcomes were gathered from 15 counselor-trainees who were enrolled in a group-counseling course and participated in an experiential group. Correlations revealed statistically significant relationships between pre-group process variables and post-group outcome and attitude variables. The non-parametric Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test indicated significant differences between pre-group and post-group measures for the group process. Implications for future research are presented.

Recommended Citation

Conley, J. A., & Edwards, M. C. (2008). An Examination of the Process, Outcomes and Attitudes of Counselor-Trainees Participating in an Experiential Group: An Exploratory Study, Michigan Journal of Counseling, 35(2), 20-28. doi:10.22237/mijoc/1220227380

DOI

10.22237/mijoc/1220227380

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