Why did some people seek a counsellor or psychologist when they face psychological issues and some do not? In this book, you will discover the SCIENTIFIC reasons to this question.
Eight help-seeking models have provided an overview of insightful knowledge, which includes
(1) the impact of demographics,
(2) the social networks,
(3) the process to seek professional counselling,
(4) the attitudes,
(5) the stigmas,
(6) the emotion and the ability that affect individuals’ decision to seek professional counselling.
The current research is also published in the Journal of Counselling Profession, 1 (1) 1-20. Thus, this book is also useful for you to learn how you can structure your research for journal publication.
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