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The Relations among the Children’s Parent-child Relationships and Therapeutic Alliance

  • THE KOREAN JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • 2011, 24(3), pp.67-86
  • Publisher : The Korean Society For Developmental Psychology
  • Research Area : Social Science > Psychological Science

김미정 1 노혜숙 1

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ABSTRACT

This study investigated the relations between the children’s parent-child relationship and the therapeutic alliance. The objects of the study were 166 elementary school children clients(1st-6th grade) and their counselor. The counselor has career more than three years and has got the certificate for professional counselor. As the results of the study, the more child got positive parent-child relationships, the more child and their counselor reported positive therapeutic alliance. The difference of therapeutic alliance perceived by child was significantly connected with the parent-child relationship. The child, who had high level of relationships with father and mother than that of low level of relationships, reported more positive therapeutic alliance. According to the result of multi-regression analysis, mother’s social-support predicted the emotional-bond and intimacy with father predicted therapeutic collaboration. Children’s gender and grade had the difference of the prediction variables.

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