Effects of School Counselors’ Cognitive Behavioral Consultation on Irrational and Efficacy Beliefs of Elementary School Teachers

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Dr. Jeffrey M. Warren, Assistant Professor (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP )
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Abstract: Consultation is an indirect service frequently offered as part of comprehensive school counseling programs. This study explored the efficacy of a specific model of consultation, rational emotive-social behavior consultation (RE-SBC). Elementary school teachers participated in face-to-face and on-line consultation groups aimed at influencing irrational and efficacy beliefs. A modified posttest, quasi-experimental design was utilized. Findings suggested face-to-face RE-SB consultation is useful in directly promoting positive mental health among teachers and indirectly fostering student success. Implications and recommendations for school counselors are presented.

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The Professional Counselor, 3(1)
Language: English
Date: 2013
School Counseling, Irrational Beliefs, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Consultation, Efficacy Beliefs, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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