Relationship between Counseling Students’ Childhood Memories and Current Negative Self-Evaluations when Receiving Corrective Feedback

Daniel Stroud, David Olguin, Scott Marley

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Abstract

This article entails a study focused on the relationship between counseling students’ negative childhood memories of receiving corrective feedback and current negative self-evaluations when receiving similar feedback in counselor education programs. Participants (N = 186) completed the Corrective Feedback Instrument-Revised (CFI-R; Hulse-Killacky and Page in Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 19, 197–210. doi:10.1080/01933929408414365, 1994). Hierarchical multiple regression results indicated that counseling students’ negative childhood memories were associated with their current negative self-evaluations when receiving corrective feedback. Findings, implications and future research recommendations are discussed for the purpose of enhancing counselor education learning environments.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1-12
Number of pages12
JournalInternational Journal for the Advancement of Counselling
DOIs
StateAccepted/In press - Jul 12 2016

Keywords

  • Childhood memories
  • Corrective feedback
  • Counselor education
  • Negative self-evaluations
  • Supervision

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Applied Psychology
  • Psychology (miscellaneous)
  • Education

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