1998 年 69 巻 4 号 p. 295-303
The aim of the present study is to prove that the use of PAC Analysis will enhance and facilitate counseling effects. Eleven functions were hypothetically presented: (la) Intake Facilitation Function, (lb) Self-Disclosure Facilitation Function, (lc) Trust Formation Function, (id) Dialogue Development Function, (2a) Mutual Understanding Function, (2b) Clarification Function, (2c) Self-Understanding Facilitation Function, (2d) Counselor's Awareness Function, (3a) Descriptive Documentation Function, (3b) Practical Explanation Function, and (3c) Evaluation-Assessment Function. By examining two case studies of international students' counseling process, these functions were analyzed. Results showed that all the functions were confirmed. Introducing PAC Analysis into counseling is proved to be effective in the direct intermental function field in counseling process (la to ld), the inteamental function field between a client and a counselor (2a to 2d), and the indirect intermental function field including description, explanation, and assessment (3a to 3c). It is discussed that PAC Analysis is expected to take an important role in counseling in general.