Web-Based Peer Supervision, Collective Self-Esteem, And Case Conceptualization Ability in School Counselor Trainees.

This study investigated the efficacy of a 12-week, Web-based peer supervision group in increasing school counselor trainees’ collective self-esteem (i.e., positive feelings in identifying as a school counselor) and written case conceptualization ability. Results suggested that school counselor trainees who participated in a Web-based peer supervision group reported significantly higher collective self-esteem and case conceptualization skills than did their counterparts who did not participate in Web-based peer supervision. Implications of the findings for counselors in training and practicing school counselors are presented. **********

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