Counsellor’s Knowledge Power on Counselling Outcomes of Learners with Behavioural problems in Public Primary Schools in Embu County Kenya


Authors : Dr. Wanjiru Jane J. Mugai, Veronica K. Nyaga, Dr. Beatrice M. Mburugu.

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 6 - June

Google Scholar : https://goo.gl/DF9R4u

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Counsellor’s knowledge power during counselling sessions is an influence applicable in changing client’s psychological life in terms of beliefs, attitudes, values, opinions, behaviours, skills, perceptions, emotional judgments, feeling better, reduced anxiety and life adjustments, with expected outcomes. Counselling outcomes are also changes or end results in a client life. Power from the counsellor’s point of view has received little sustained and inefficient attention in counselling literature despite the enormous influence. The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of counsellor’s knowledge power on counselling outcomes of learners with behavioural problems in inclusive primary schools. This study adopted a mixed methods, concurrent triangulation design and correlational research.

Keywords : Counsellor’s Power; Knowledge Power; Counselling Outcomes; Behaviour Problems; Inclusive schools.

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