Empathic Responding Skills Across Counselor Education Training Tracks: a Comparison Study
Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education & Development
A study examined possible differences in empathic responding skills of counselors-in-training across three training tracks. Participants were 225 graduate students from community counseling, school counseling, and add-on certification in school counseling disciplines. Results suggested little variation in emphatic responding as well as stable empathic responding skills among students across training tracks. Further results and study implications are presented.
Baltimore, Michael L.; Crutchfield, Lori B.; and Felfeli, Mina, "Empathic Responding Skills Across Counselor Education Training Tracks: a Comparison Study" (2000). Faculty Bibliography. 2236.
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