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|Other Titles:||An Analysis of Significant Events in Counseling with a Battered Woman Who Witnessed Domestic Violence during Childhood|
Ku-Lin Tai, Ching-Fu Chen, Su-Yun Huang
Department of Educational Psychology, NTNU
The purpose of the study was to investigate the concerning issues and perception of significant events in the counseling process of a battered woman who witnessed domestic violence in childhood. This study used the counseling process research design. The counselor-client dyad had eight counseling sessions. After each session, the client was interviewed through Interpersonal Process Recall. The records of counseling and interview were all transformed into transcripts for data analysis. The major findings were as follows: (1) The concerning issues in the whole course of counseling were the client’s perception of her husband, the communication and interaction with her husband and his family, shared finances, division of housework duties, parenting, decisions about relationships and circumstances, marital relationship, self-disclosure and exploration, the influence of witnessing domestic violence in childhood, self-care, and the reframing and coping of marital violence. (2) There were ten categories of positive and negative significant events perceived by the client. Suggestions are offered for counselors working with battered women, counseling practice, and future research.
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