The Effective Personal Integration Model and Its Impact Upon Locus of Control with Clients in Group Counseling

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The problem with which this investigation is concerned is that of the evaluation of the effectiveness of the EPIC model as a guide to group counseling. The purposes of this study are to determine (1) whether group counseling using the EPIC model would result in positive gain in counsele's locus of control, (2) whether there would be a differential effect of group counseling using the EPIC model as compared with a traditional group counseling model or a control group. This report concludes that the EPIC model as a guide to group counseling is an effective means of increasing reliance on ... continued below

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Coller, Charles F. August 1977.

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The problem with which this investigation is concerned is that of the evaluation of the effectiveness of the EPIC model as a guide to group counseling. The purposes of this study are to determine (1) whether group counseling using the EPIC model would result in positive gain in counsele's locus of control, (2) whether there would be a differential effect of group counseling using the EPIC model as compared with a traditional group counseling model or a control group. This report concludes that the EPIC model as a guide to group counseling is an effective means of increasing reliance on inner support, emotional stability and objectivity. The EPIC model also produces changes in assessed congruence of the various factors in the actual vs. ideal aspect of inter-intrapersonal functioning. The EPIC model facilitated the growth of internal locus of control.

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Coller, Charles F. The Effective Personal Integration Model and Its Impact Upon Locus of Control with Clients in Group Counseling, dissertation, August 1977; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc331564/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .