International Journal of Home Science
2021, VOL. 7 ISSUE 1, PART A
Impact of preventive counseling sessions on the conflict resolution skills among young adults
Author(s): M Sarada Devi, Biradar Gayatri and Kumari Bhagyashree
The aim of the study was to know the effect of counseling sessions on the Conflict Resolution skills of young adults in physical, emotional, educational and family domain. A sample of 60 young adults (control group-30 and experimental group -30) was selected from Hyderabad city. M.Kavitha’s questionnaire and interview schedule were used for data collection. In experimental and control group, before counselling majority of the young adults had perceived high problems in physical, emotional, educational, and family domains. Post counselling sessions, results indicated that about 90% of the young adults had improved in physical domain. About 77% of young adults had improved their emotional well-being. As per as academic domain was concerned about 80% of the respondents improved their conflict resolution skills in academic. In family domain about 90% of the young adults had improved their interaction with family members. Hence the study revealed that counselling is a tool to resolve and improve individual problem-solving skills which would help in their day-to-day life. It acts as a catalyst and boosts the healthy wellbeing of an individual.
How to cite this article:
M Sarada Devi, Biradar Gayatri, Kumari Bhagyashree. Impact of preventive counseling sessions on the conflict resolution skills among young adults. Int J Home Sci 2021;7(1):17-20.