Date of Graduation
Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education (PhD)
Rehabilitation, Human Resources and Communication Disorders
Roy C. Farley
George S. Denny
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Counseling, Self-efficacy, Social work, Spirituality, Trainees
The purpose of this study was to explore the relationships of the counseling/social work trainee spirituality and religion/spirituality awareness to trainee self-efficacy in counseling clients with religious/spiritual issues or backgrounds. In addition, the study explored the influence of demographic variables on spirituality, religion/spirituality awareness, and self-efficacy including: (a) religious/spiritual affiliation (Christian, Non-Christian), (b) ethnicity (Caucasian, Non-Caucasian), (c) training/accreditation program affiliation, (d) gender, and (e) age.
Matthews, Pam J., "Spirituality and Self-Efficacy in Counseling and Social Work Trainees" (2004). Theses and Dissertations. 2956.