Comparing family functioning of counselors in training with the family functioning of noncounselors

Buelow, George; Bass, Charles
March 1994
Counselor Education & Supervision;Mar1994, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p162
Academic Journal
Compares the level of family-of-origin dysfunction of counseling and non-counseling master's-degree students. Higher dysfunction levels of counseling students' families; Parallel processes that arise from salient family problems in a wide range of human services disciplines; Methodology of the study.


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