Effects of Solution - Focused Group Counseling on Student’s Self - Regulation and academic achievement
Rooholla Saadatzaade and Shiva Khalili
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to explore the effectiveness of solution -focused counseling on selfregulation and academic achievement of high school students. Solution-focused counseling was evaluated through control and experimental pretest – posttest group design. After seven sessions group counseling with students, the self–regulation and academic achievement of students in the counseling intervention group were significantly increased. Moreover, the findings indicated significant difference between control group and experimental group in post test results (p < 0/05).