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A Study about Psychological Counseling Methods for Mental Curing Classified by Sasang Constitution (정신양생을 위한 사상체질(四象體質)별 심리상담방법에 대한 고찰)

  • Kang, Min-Su;Oh, Ji-Won;Yang, Sung-Pil;Koh, Byung-Hee
    • Journal of Sasang Constitutional Medicine
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    • v.30 no.1
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    • pp.43-49
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    • 2018
  • Objectives In modern psychiatry, psychological counseling is important to mental curing. Although there are so many methods for mental curing, but counseling is known as the most efficient methods for mental curing. So, we are going to study about psychological counseling methods according to sasang constitution. Methods We analysed the characters of each constitution, and tried to find out which kind of counseling is suitable for each constitution. Results and Conclusions Soeumin is passive and tend to be depressive. So the self-esteem of soeumin is lower than that of other constitution. So, they mainly need social support and supportive counseling. Soyangin is tend to be extrovert group and easy to have fear. It is mainly caused by cognitive distortion, so they mainly need cognitive therapy. Taeumin is very stable and don't like to move. Taeumin Jeongchung(怔忡) is similar to panic disorder. So they need cognitive therapy and exercise counseling to exercise regularly. Taeyangin is tend to be angry, so they need meditation therapy to quell anger.

Current Status and Activation Needs for Student Nutrition Counseling among Elementary and Middle·High School Dietitians (학교급식 영양사의 영양상담 실태 및 활성화 방안)

  • Lee, Mi Young;Choi, Kyung Suk
    • The Korean Journal of Community Living Science
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    • v.24 no.4
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    • pp.497-515
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    • 2013
  • This study was conducted to develop expanding strategies of nutrition counseling in school foodservices. The study participants were 102 school dietitians in Gyeonggi province, and information on the current status, dietitians' necessity awareness, and practical activation needs for nutrition counseling were investigated. While 78.8% of dietitians were aware that nutrition counseling was in need, it was only 31.3% who understood the necessity of nutrition counseling. The implementation rate of students' nutrition counseling was 26.2%, and 74.0% of counseling dietitians reported that they conducted nutrition counseling because it was on the inspection list by the Office of Education. Overall, dietitians did not have high consciousness of the need for nutrition counseling. The implementation rate of students' nutrition counseling was remarkably low due to the reason of excessive work and insufficient participants, and it was interpreted that dietitians had a low intrinsic motivation for nutrition counseling. So, we suggested several strategies to activate school nutrition counseling as follows. First of all, dietitians needed to increase the students' participation rate by promoting the importance of nutrition counseling to students and by assigning their available work hours for nutrition counseling. Second, in academic communities, standardized counseling manuals and media covering the important nutrition and health issues should be developed and disseminated, and education programs needed to build up dietitians' self-esteem and knowledge on nutrition counseling. Lastly, the Office of Education should have the initiative in activating nutrition counseling in school foodservices by supporting a budget and counseling dietitians who exclusively responsible part-time counseling at schools.

The Child Care Teacher's and Mother's Recognition and Need about Child Counseling and Therapy (아동상담에 대한 보육교사와 유아기 어머니의 인식 및 요구)

  • Moon, Soo-Kyung;Lee, Moo-Young;Park, Sang-Hee
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.25 no.4
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    • pp.181-196
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    • 2007
  • The present study was to investigate child care teather's and parents's recognition and need about child counseling and to analyse differences between them. The subjects for this study were 244 child care teachers and 260 mothers of the day care centers. The major finding were as follows; Most child care teachers are aware of child counseling through lecture, pre-service education, and internet. Most mothers hear about child counseling through internet. They think that child counseling is very effective for young children, especially for negative experience and emotion. Most child care teachers think that they can administer child counseling. especially daycare centers. But mothers think that special facilities is the most appropriate place by child counseling. Child care teachers and mothers regard the credibility of human being as personal characteristics required for child counseling. Counseling specialists are to be the most appropriate person for followed by child care teather's and parents. And they think that special training is needed for child counseling. but few of them receive special training. They perceive the necessity of professional education in child counseling. but they rarely experience related education of child counseling. Especially, they feel lack of time and information. They also want to apply to child counseling children education after learning it through counseling association or by observing real situations in child counseling center using morning time or during weekends. Most mothers and child care teachers know play therapy, art therapy. bibliotherapy, sand play therapy.

The Perception and Need for Nutrition Counseling of the Adults Living in Daejeon (대전 지역 성인의 영양상담에 대한 인지도 및 요구도 조사)

  • Ly, Sun-Yung;Kim, Kyeung-Eun
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.11 no.1
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    • pp.95-106
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    • 2002
  • This study was done to investigate the perception and need of the nutrition counseling of the people living in Daejon. Results were as follows: Nutrition knowledge score increased with education level. It showed tendency that women's scores were higher than men's. Only 15.5% of the participants were experienced in nutrition counseling mostly with medical doctor or nurse in the general hospital. Their satisfaction level was above average, which means positive reaction on nutrition counseling. In the case of the people who paid nutrition counseling fee, they thought that fee level was reasonable. Participants whose education level was higher thought less frequently that the nutrition counseling fee charged currently in the general hospital was expensive. The prevalent contents they want in the nutrition counseling included the prevention and the treatment of the specific disease and food safety (pesticides and food-born illness). As means of nutrition counseling they preferred internet (or PC) and interview. The higher the education status and the less the age, the higher preference, there was for internet or PC. As a source of nutrition knowledge, participants gave high credit on the professional books, academic journals, and advices from dietitian, nutritionist, medical doctor and pharmacist; in the other hand, they gave low credit on the newspaper, magazine, TV or radio, and advices from family or relatives, and friends. They thought most of the adult-onset disease (especially obesity, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes) were closely related to diet. However, percentage of the participants who thought that diet and kidney disease were related was relatively low.

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Nutrition Counseling Practice, Perception, and Nutrition Knowledge of Nutrition Counseling Participants and Non-Participants -Elementary Students in Gyeongbuk Province- (초등학생의 영양 상담에 따른 인식, 흥미도 및 영양 지식 -경북 지역 중심-)

  • Lee, In-Sook
    • Journal of the East Asian Society of Dietary Life
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    • v.21 no.1
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    • pp.146-153
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    • 2011
  • For the purpose of carrying out nutrition counseling effectively and efficiently, this study assessed the nutrition counseling practice, perception and nutrition knowledge of elementary school children in Gyeongbuk province. Survey questionnaires were distributed between November 2009 and December 2009 to 100 nutrition counseling experienced children (participants) and 110 nutrition counseling non-experienced children (non-participants) and were completed with nutrition teachers' assistance. According to the survey results, girls and overweight/obese children showed higher tendency of participation in nutrition counseling (p<0.001). Participants who took nutrition counseling according to their own intentions showed satisfaction after counseling on diverse subjects such as obesity, unbalanced diet, and weight control. Particularly, 'lack of counseling session time', 'unfavorable counseling condition' or 'difficult explanation' caused participants unsatisfaction after counseling. Participants usually perceived the meaning of nutrition counseling more correctly than non-participants and showed positive intentions for taking further counseling in the future(p<0.001). Diet good for weight control, good food to fix unbalanced diet and diet good for growing stature were the top three subjects of nutrition counseling chosen by subjects (p<0.001). Participants also showed higher nutrition knowledge scores than non-participants. Therefore, it is critically important to apply nutrition counseling in the proper environment (counseling room, time, teaching materials, etc) to elementary school students to fix healthy food habits. Therefore, nutrition teachers need to be provide professional nutrition counseling skills and knowledge.

A Study on a Web-Based Student-Counseling System (웹기반 학생상담시스템에 대한 연구)

  • Hong, Soon-Chang;Han, Jae-Il
    • Journal of Information Technology Services
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    • v.4 no.1
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    • pp.141-148
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    • 2005
  • The importance of education is greatly emphasized in the IT era. However, teachers have to deal with teaching work as well as increasing non-educationalchores. One of those chores is student counseling. Nowadays, teachers have considerable difficulty in consulting students because they cannot visit their home and don't have enough information on students. Furthermore, students are not willing to participate in school counseling since they think school counseling is not of much help and is just time-consuming. Most of the current school counseling is focused on matters related to entrance into a school of higher grade such as choice of college. But, students need counseling on matters regarding their ordinary life. This paper suggests a web-based student-counseling system that may solve this problem. The paper identifies core requirements for the web-based student-counseling system, discusses its design and implementation and shows it is more effective than the current ordinary school counseling by experimenting on a group of students with this system.

Status Quo and Future Directions of School Counseling in Korea (우리나라 학교상담의 실태와 미래 방향)

  • Choi, Tae-Jin;Lee, Hee-Yeong
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.259-274
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    • 2010
  • Recently school counselors have begun to be employed to school and the office of local school districts. Now it is our challenging task to firmly establish school counseling system. The purpose of this study was to review the current status of school counseling in Korea and to suggest future directions of school counseling. For this purpose, characteristics of school counseling and school counselor's role were first reviewed. In lights of these criteria, several areas which need to be improved were identified. Authors suggest the four future directions of school counseling : introduction of school psychology-based service, establishment of comprehensive school counseling program, improvement of professional ability according to school counselor's role, establishment of support system.

A Study On Legal Delay Before Divorce Program in Korea (이혼숙려제도 활성화를 위한 기초연구 - 자발적으로 이혼관련상담기관을 내방한 기혼남녀를 중심으로 -)

  • Park, Sang-Jin;Kim, Yang-Hee;Auh, Seong-Yeon;Park, Jeong-Yun;Chang, Young-Eun;Jung, Jin-Hee
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.13 no.3
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    • pp.157-180
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    • 2009
  • The purposes of this study were (a) to examine perceptions of the Legal Delay Before Divorce Program (LDBDP) in Korea among individuals, (b)to predict the need for the LDBDP, and (c) to predict the needs for psychological counseling with predicting variables. Two hundred questionnaires were completed by the clients of a legal aid center in Seoul. The majority of participants knew about and expressed their need for the LDBDP. Participants agreed to the LDBDP because it could prevent impulsive divorce, provide time to prepare for post-divorce life, provide support with counseling, and protect the children in families of divorce. Participants disagreed to the LDBDP because it only delayed the time to divorce, prolonged emotional suffering, and intruded on personal privacy. In the model test, the need for the LDBDP was significantly predicted by marital instability scale, age, education, occupation, the period of living apart, and the status of voluntary divorce. The need for psychological counseling was significantly predicted by age, having at least one child, having at least one minor child, marital period, and need for family life counseling in the suggested model.

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Counseling Elderly People in Long-term Care Service (장기요양서비스에 대한 노인상담 실태와 영향 요인)

  • Lee, Hung-Sa;Kim, Chun-Mi
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Community Health Nursing
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.141-150
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    • 2011
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine satisfaction with counseling in long-term care service, and to compare the scores of counseling satisfaction according to variables among beneficiaries of Korean long-term care services. Methods: Questionnaires were completed by 445 beneficiaries of long-term care insurance to measure satisfaction with counseling. Research design was cross-sectional descriptive design. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, t-test and ANOVA for evaluating differences in satisfaction with counseling according to variables including economic status, the level of long-term care insurance approval, duration of long term care service, and conditions of counseling. Results: The score of satisfaction with counseling was somewhat high as 71.67. The score of counselor's attitude was highest among the subcategories of satisfaction. The factors that influenced satisfaction with counseling were frequency and time of counseling (F=12.19, p<.001). Conclusion: Home-based individual counseling is necessary for the elderly who need long-term care service. The National Long-term Care Insurance Corporation should offer counseling and assistance to elders and their caregivers about long term care insurance.

The Content Analysis of the Textbooks of Counseling Skills and Techniques (상담기법 교재에 대한 내용분석)

  • Kang, Hye-Young
    • The Journal of Korean Institute for Practical Engineering Education
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    • v.5 no.1
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    • pp.91-99
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this study was to analyse the textbooks of counseling skills and techniques to understand what contents are included and to identify differences of contents between psychological counseling textbooks and career counseling textbooks. 5 psychological counseling textbooks and 4 career counseling textbooks were to analyse. First of all, each textbook contains various contents from the author's viewpoint. Therefore, educators need to understand the characteristics of the textbooks, when they choose the textbook among them. Secondly, there are common contents and different contents between psychological counseling textbooks and career counseling textbooks. The common contents are 'skills based on counseling theory', 'counseling relationship', interview and counseling process skills', 'client assessment and understanding', 'multicultural counseling'. 'Response skills' are regarded as the most important content in psychological counseling textbooks, while 'client assessment and understanding' being the most important in career counseling textbooks.

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