2020 年 18 巻 p. 92-99
This study investigated the difference of experiences between reflecting process (RP) and conventional case conference. The subjects were 20 graduate students who were novice counsellors. All of the subjects were divided into two groups, high session management self-efficacy and low session management self-efficacy. Before and after RP, the transition of the self-efficacy was examined. The results showed that RP got higher score than conventional case conference in such items as “I was able to express my opinions properly,” “I was able to listen properly to the opinions of other participants.” RP also marked higher than usual case conference in some categories; considerations from multilateral perspective and unexpected ideas. However, although the group of low session management self-efficacy increased the self-efficacy after RP, the group of high session management self-efficacy did not show the change of self-efficacy. These results suggested the effectiveness of conducting RP in considering purposes and according to development stage of graduate students.