A Peer Helping Program for the Middle School
AbstractA peer helping program was implemented at Central Middle School in Dawson Creek in the school year 1989-1990 following a school evaluation. This article describes the implementation of the program and its evaluation. The evaluation of the program included pre and post-training surveys of the trainees and an untrained comparison group on the acquisition of helping skills, personal development, and changes in self-concept, as well as surveys of parents, of the teaching staff, and the student body. Program evaluation methods and results are presented, and recommendations are made based on the evaluation.
How to Cite
Henriksen, E. M. (1). A Peer Helping Program for the Middle School. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 25(1). Retrieved from https://cjc-rcc.ucalgary.ca/article/view/59419
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