Crises are unpredictable in nature and affect the general well-being of individuals. A proper crisis management foundation can prepare future counselors to effectively work with clients who are experiencing a crisis. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the perceptions of counselors-in-training (CIT) in relation to their anticipated crisis intervention abilities. This paper reports the results of qualitative focus groups of counselors in training. Participants reported perceived strengthens and limitations shaping their ability to handle a crisis. Counselor preparation offers opportunities to properly train culturally responsive providers for crisis management.
Key words: Crisis counseling; self-efficacy; counselor education
Maniss, Suzanne Ph.D.; Castillo, Yuleinys A. Ph.D.; Cartwright, Jason; and Yznaga, Selma d. Ph.D.
"Crisis counseling self- efficacy: Personal abilities and situational influences,"
Journal of Human Services: Training, Research, and Practice: Vol. 7:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/jhstrp/vol7/iss2/4
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