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Family and Family Therapy
2019 Volume.27 No. 3 p.429 ~ p.456
Marital Counseling Experience of Unmarried Women Counselors in the Early Stages of Development
Kwak So-Jung

Ryu In-Chan
Yoon Yang-Eun
Baek Mi-Hyun
Seo Mi-A
Abstract
Objectives: This study explores the marital counseling experience of unmarried women counselors in the early stages of their development as marital counselors. The participants include seven counselors who have experience in personal counseling of more than five years and marital counseling of fewer than 10 cases.

Methods: Data were collected through multiple in-depth interviews with each participant between March and July 2019. Data analysis, conducted applying the analytical phenomenological method derived from Van Manen, includes experience meaning composition and reflective writing.

Results: The results of the study are derived from four topics: “Strange area for counseling”; “Cynical view of unmarried counselor”; ”Efforts to be professional”; and “Experience and Impression after counseling”, as well as from fifteen subtopics.

Conclusions: The result of this study provide support for couple counseling experience at the beginning of unmarried woman counselors’ careers, further allowing for better understanding of improvement processes for couple counselors.
KEYWORD
involuntary unmarried women counselor, marital counseling, hermeneutic phenomenological
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