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情感(3 個)；3.重要訊息的出現(1 個)；4.獲得頓悟和瞭解(3 個)；5.表達對
治療外生活情境的強烈情感(4 個)；6.對治療過程的學習(2 個)；7.表達對諮
商師的正、負面情感(3 個)與8.獲得諮商師所提供的明確訊息(18 個)。負向
The purpose of this study was to investigate the significant events, session
impact and counseling satisfaction, and also their relationships in the counseling
process with a battered woman. In addition, this study also explored the alternations
in self-esteem of the battered woman.
The study employed a discovery-orientedprocess researchand single-subject
research design. A battered woman, with her permission, was recruited from a
community counseling center. Her counseling psychologist was asked to participate in
this study. The counselor-client dyad had eight counseling sessions. The final session
was terminated until both had reached a consensus.
The researcher conducted two follow-up sessions after the counseling came to an
end, investigating the client s reflections toward the counseling, the counseling
satisfaction subscales, and interviews of the significant events. The researcher
evaluated the client s self-esteem before, in the middle, and after the counseling. The
major findings were as follows:
1.The client had eight sessions of counseling. The fifty-two positive significant events,
namely ten categories, were identified. The positive significant events, eight
categories, include the disclosure of the agent s information (14), description and
exploration of feeling (3), the emergence of important messages (1), the gaining of
insight and comprehension (3), expressing strong emotions about extratherapy
contexts (4), learning about therapeutic processes (2), expressing positive and
negative feelings toward the counselor (3), the disclosure of specific information
from the counselor (18). The negative significant events were the untreated self (2)
and the difficulties of receiving and expressing information and feelings (2).
2. There are three dimensions of session impact,including smoothness, depth, and
positivity, which fluctuated intensively in the counseling process. The forth
dimension, i.e. arousal, had upward fluctuations in the middle and post counseling
process. Furthermore, the amount of positive/negative significant events and the
trend of the depth dimension of session impact are consistent. This shows that they
are highly interwoven.
3. Among eight sessions, satisfaction evaluation renders that the client scored highest
in the fourth; lowest in the seventh in the facilitating positive relationship subscale.
The change and outcome subscale renders that the client scored highest in the third
and the sixth; lowest in the seventh. The full inventory renders that the client
scored highest the third and the fourth; lowest in the seventh.The counseling
satisfaction varies stability with the eight sessions of counseling. Furthermore, the
amount of positive/negative significant events and the trend of the change and
effect of counseling satisfaction are consistent.
4. The alternations among significant events, session impact, and counseling
satisfaction have similar pattern. This shows that these three are closely
5. The client shows little change in the assessment of CFSEI-2. There has
insignificant increase in the subscale of general self-esteem and social self-esteem;
there remains no change in the subscale of personal self-esteem.
The research results were discussed based on these findings. Suggestions for
further research and counseling practices were offered.