Common Practices in School Counseling and Their Relationships with the Academic Major, Educational Stage and Professional Experience of the Counselors. / Fahed Abdullah Ali Adileym
This study was designed to explore the nature of school counseling practices. It also aimed at revealing the relationship between those practices and the academic specialty, educational stage and professional experience of the school counselors. The sample of two hundred and fourteen counselors represents some schools in the city of Riyadh. A 32 item questionnaire was employed and descriptive and inferential statistics were used to analyze the data collected. Significant statistical differences were found between counselors majoring in psychology and social work and those counselors with other majors. Some recommendations were suggested regarding the improvement of school counseling work.