Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Group counseling is a social experience designed to deal with the developmental problems and attitudes of individuals in a secure setting. It facilitates the development of new human relations skills and leads to the discovery of new and more acceptable ways of approaching various conflict situations. The interaction of the group can also produce a greater self-acceptance, deeper self-understanding, and an improved self-concept. There has recently been a marked increase in the use of group counseling procedures to tackle various problem areas. This has resulted in the development of some interesting and innovative techniques, as well as some that are poorly conceived.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of School Administration and Personnel Services
Robert L. Frank
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©1981 Gene Ross Thomas
Thomas, Gene Ross, "The effectiveness of the group counseling approach to working with vocational problems" (1981). Graduate Research Papers. 3471.