The effect of family counseling training on the relationship between mother-father and the child
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CitationBal, A. ve Bedel, A. (2015). The effect of family counseling training on the relationship between mother-father and the child. The Online Journal of Counseling and Education. 4(3), s. 1-14.
The objective of present study is to analyze the effect of family counseling training for 7-19 age group on the relationship between mother-father and the child. In present study, a trial pattern with pre-test and posttest control group has been employed. There were 15 subjects in experimental group and in control group there were 15 subjects as well. In the collection of data, Child –Parent Relationship Scale has been utilized. An eight-week long family counseling training was applied to experimental group. However, in control group no application was performed. The significance of the difference between pretest and posttest scores of the subjects was analyzed via Mann Whitney U test. Research findings pointed out that family training rendered significant effects on improving the relationships that the parents in experimental group forged with their children. The findings of present research also manifested that family counseling training program for 7-19 age group could be utilized as preventive counseling and psychological guidance service in the aim of strengthening the relations between parents and children. Based on the research findings a set of remarks have been prepared and practice & research oriented suggestions have been developed.
SourceThe Online Journal of Counseling and Education
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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