The purpose for this study was to determine the influences on the Christian Counseling of Depression and Aggression according to adolescent in disfunctional family. The specific objectives of this study were to analyze the difference between Depression and Aggression of Christian adolescent according to the levels of family system types.
Data were collected from 427 randomly sampled students in selected 30 church from Seoul and Kyunggi area. After data cleaning, 420 questionnaires were used for data analysis. The SPSSWIN 12.0 program was used in analyzing the data, and a series of statistical tests were conducted including frequency, percentile, t-test, F-test χ2-test, ANOVA, correlation analysis, multiple atepwise regression, and optimal scaling regression. The statistical significance level was .05.
The major findings of this study were as follows: The family type perceived by the respondents was classified into 25% in functional family, 25% in disfunctional family. In relation to the Depression and Aggression of adolescent according to family type, the level of respondents identified with the category was as "disfunctional family" marked relatively higher point.
The influence of disfunctional family on the adolescents proved that the variables associated with Depression explained 15%, and with Aggression explained 10% of the total variation.
The area of adolescent counseling is the most active one of various counseling activities in Church. But it is unfortunate that few studies on characteristic adolescent counsel been conducted and this has resulted in a low interest of counseling student and practitioners have taken the area hard difficult.
Finally, it suggests some priority projects for method of Christian adolescent counseling.