A Scale for Assessing Degree of Strength of Client Feeling
AbstractReviews of counseling research indicate that there are no instruments explicitly designed to assess degree of strength of client feeling. Based on a conceptual analysis of related measures, a graduated series of clinical trials culminated in the development of a Strength of Client Feeling Scale for assessing four levels: neutral, low, moderate, and strong. Very low Spearman coefficients between the Strength of Client Feeling Scale and the Experiencing Scale on client-centred, rational-emotive, and experiential sessions indicate that the two scales assess independent constructs. The Strength of Client Feeling Scale is introduced as useful for selected avenues of counseling research.
How to Cite
Trainor, K., Pilloud, L., Mahrer, A. R., Stalikas, A., & Boissoneault, M. (1). A Scale for Assessing Degree of Strength of Client Feeling. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 24(2). Retrieved from https://cjc-rcc.ucalgary.ca/article/view/59501
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