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KMID : 1025820160240030409
Family and Family Therapy
2016 Volume.24 No. 3 p.409 ~ p.434
Solution-Focused and Positive-Psychology Group Counseling Programs for University Students
Choi Chang-Woo

Choi Youn-Shil
Abstract
Objectives: The authors developed and studied the effects of a solution-focused and positive-psychology group counseling program for improving the self-esteem and parent-adolescent communication of university students.

Method: The participants were eight university students who had a problem with self-esteem and difficulties in their relationship with their parent. The students participated in a total of eight 90-minute sessions of a solution-focused and positive-psychology group counseling program. The researchers performed the Mann-Whitney U Test and the Wilcoxon Signed-Ranks Test to determine whether the counseling program was effective.

Results: The solution-focused and positive psychology group counseling program improved self-esteem and parent-adolescent communication in university students.

Conclusions: Through the analysis of the students’ experience and their therapeutic changes, the authors offer implications for this unique counseling approach and for family counseling in general.
KEYWORD
self-esteem, parent-adolescent communication, solution-focused group counseling, positive-psychology
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