Choice Theory and Reality Therapy (CTRT) Group Counseling Module

Authors

  • Ahmad Jazimin Jusoh Sultan Idris Education University
  • Shifa Podikunju Hussain Indiana University Southeast

Keywords:

Choice Theory and Reality Therapy

Abstract

Choice Theory and Reality Therapy (CTRT) are counseling theories that are often used by counselors in group settings. This article explores the contents of the CTRT Group Counseling Module philosophy, objectives and activities, as used in a total of ten group counseling session,  including pre and post-evaluation sessions. The validity of the module contents were evaluated by thirteen  experts in the field of counseling and Choice Theory and Reality Therapy. The findings indicated that  the overall validity coefficient was 0.83, and the coefficient of validity and legality of activity sessions was 0.89. Meanwhile, reliability studies were also conducted and the reliability coefficient for group counseling CTRT module was 0.83.

 

Author Biographies

Ahmad Jazimin Jusoh, Sultan Idris Education University

Ahmad Jazimin Jusoh

Lecturer

Department of Psychology and Counseling,

Faculty of Education and Human Development,

Sultan Idris Education University, Tanjong Malim,

35900 Perak, Malaysia.

Shifa Podikunju Hussain, Indiana University Southeast

Shifa Podikunju Hussain

Indiana University Southeast

School of Education, Hillside Hall 0015,

4201 Grant Line Road, New Albany, IN 47150

References

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Glasser, W. (1965). Reality Therapy: A new approach to psychiatry. New York: HarperCollins.

Jacobs, E.E., Masson R.L. & Harvill R.L. (2009). Group counseling : strategies and skills. Belmont, CA:Brooks/Cole.

Published

2015-08-15

How to Cite

Jusoh, A. J., & Hussain, S. P. (2015). Choice Theory and Reality Therapy (CTRT) Group Counseling Module. Asian Journal of Humanities and Social Studies, 3(4). Retrieved from https://ajouronline.com/index.php/AJHSS/article/view/2961

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