The Level Of Possession Of The Students At The Hashemite University Of Professional And Family Counseling Skills In Light Of Achievement And Gender Variables

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Bassam H.M. ALharbi
Fatin Mhaidat

Keywords

Professional Counseling, Family Counseling, Field Training Students

Abstract

The present study aimed to identify the level of owning a field training students majoring in psychological counseling at the Hashemite University of professional and family counseling skills in light of achievement and gender variables. The subjects of the study comprised of (100) subjects of field training students in the second semester of the academic year 2014-2015. A questionnaire was used in this study to identify the professional counseling skills and another questionnaire for family counseling skills. Results of the study have shown that field training students majoring in psychological counseling at the Hashemite University own professional and family counseling skills moderately. The results also indicated that the level of students' possession of the professional and family counseling skills rises as GPA rises and that females are more equipped to those skills, compared with males.

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