The Impact of Performance Feedback on Counseling Self-Efficacy and Counselor Anxiety
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Based on the Social Cognitive Model of Counselor Training (L. M. Larson, 1998), this study explored the effects of bogus performance feedback on counseling self-efficacy and counselor anxiety. After a 10-minute mock counseling session, 45 master's-level trainees received either positive or negative bogus feedback regarding their performance. Results showed that (a) participants altered their counseling self-efficacy depending on the performance feedback they received, and (b) participants reported changes in anxiety following performance feedback.
Daniels, J. A., & Larson, L. M. (2001). The Impact of Performance Feedback on Counseling Self-Efficacy and Counselor Anxiety. Counselor Education and Supervision, 41(2), 120–130. https://doi.org/10.1002/j.1556-6978.2001.tb01276.x
Counselor Education and Supervision