THE DEVELOPMENT OF ADOLESCENT STUDENTS’ ANGER MANAGEMENT THROUGH ASSIMILATIVE INTEGRATIVE GROUP COUNSELING BASED ON RATIONAL EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR THEORY

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  • Naret Kuntawong, Pennapha Koolnaphadol and Pracha Inang คณะศิลปศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยเทคโนโลยีราชมงคลพระนคร

Keywords:

assimilative integrated counseling, anger management, adolescent students

Abstract

This research aimed to: 1) Study the elements of anger management of adolescent students. 2) Study the effects of integrative group counseling and technique based on rational emotive behavior theory which affected to anger management of adolescent students. The sample used in this study was adolescent students, aged between 18-20 years and studying in Rajamangala University of Technology, located in the central region, divided into 2 steps: Step 1: study the elements of anger management of adolescent students. The sample group used in the study was 1,000 adolescent students. Step 2: study the effects of integrative group counseling and technique based on rational emotive behavior theory which affected to anger management of adolescent students. The sample group was 20 students of Rajamangala university of Technology Phra Nakhon, randomly divided into experimental groups and control groups, 10 each, experimental group was conducting for 12 sessions, 90 minutes each, by using rational emotive behavior theory to improve their anger management. The control group simply continued their lives as normal. The tools used in this research were: 1) anger management measure developed by the researcher, with the reliability of the model measured by the alpha coefficient was equal to 0.84. 2) Integrative group counseling and technique based on rational emotive behavior theory toward anger management of adolescent students. Research results can be summarized as follows:

  1. The element of anger management of adolescent students revealed 4 factors consisted of: escalating strategies, negative attributions, self-awareness, and calming strategies. All factors were consistent with empirical data with a high component significantly at the level of .05
  2. The effects of integrative group counseling and technique based on rational emotive behavior theory which affected to anger management of adolescent students. The results revealed that.

              2.1   Anger management of adolescent students in the experimental group after attending the integrated group counseling and follow-up sessions was significantly higher than the control group at the level of .05

              2.2   Anger management of adolescent students in the experimental group after attending the integrated group counseling and follow-up sessions was significantly higher than pre-test at the level of .05

 

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2022-06-23

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