Self-Efficacy of Counselors Working With Refugees
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Counselors have the ethical responsibility to meet the mental health needs of refugees who are forced to leave their home countries. This study examined factors influencing the self-efficacy of counselors (N = 98) working with refugees. The results revealed a relationship between trauma training and secondary traumatic stress and counselor self-efficacy. Implications for clinical practice and research are discussed.
counselor self-efficacy, refugees, secondary traumatic stress, training, trauma
Isawi, Dana T. and Post, Phyllis B., "Self-Efficacy of Counselors Working With Refugees" (2020). NIU Bibliography. 249.
Department of Counseling and Higher Education (CAHE)