January 25, 2018
Understanding Impact of Counselling on Mothers of Special Needs Children: A Case Study Approach
As many consultative aspects and explanations have been discussed through the counselling to providing the best solution to the problems in different areas. Similarly, counselling psychology has a significant role in the field of special needs group and their connected ones. The main attention of this research paper is to explore and portrait the cases of mothers having special needs children, this case study is related to the significant aspect of counselling such as regularity, expectations, support from family and community, and few factors which may produce an impact on mothers like, acceptance, feeling of guilt, depression, anxiety, quality of life along with learned expertise from counselling. With the purpose of the study, the structured interview was developed to collect information. The two case studies were conducted between two mothers. The sample of the case study is one of the main limitation, as more mothers did not participated due to the different reasons. The conclusion was revealed that counselling or effective communication has a stronger connection and positive relationship to enhance the quality of life for these mothers having special duties. Counselling is an important platform to provide better awareness, understanding and useful way to manage the critical situations.
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© 2018 Firdos S & Amanullah M
How to cite this article:
Firdos S & Amanullah M (2018). Understanding Impact of Counselling on Mothers of Special Needs Children: A Case Study Approach. International Journal of Indian Psychology, Vol. 6, (1), DIP: 18.01.008/20180601, DOI: 10.25215/0601.008
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