Computer Assisted Simulation for Counselor Training of Basic Skills
Journal of Technology in Counseling Volume 1, Number 1,
Efforts to teach basic helping skills to counselors in training using computer assisted simulation continue to evolve. Recent commercial releases include integration of compressed video and text to allow students to view client/counselor interactions and make choices regarding response categories. (Contains 28 references.) (Author)
Casey, J.A. (1999). Computer Assisted Simulation for Counselor Training of Basic Skills. Journal of Technology in Counseling, 1(1),.
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