| Published: September 08, 2020
The effectiveness of transactional analysis counselling to increase self-esteem
The research aims to describe and test the effectiveness of transactional analysis counselling to increase students’ self-esteem. A low self-esteem-based measurement instruments on self-esteem. Numerical data were analyzed utilizing two independent-sample test Mann Whitney-u test. While verbal data utilizing method of conversation analysis through recording counselling (verbatim). The result of analysis from the experimental group shows that transactional counselling can to increase to self-esteem students of junior high school. Research recommendations are: (1) school counsellors progressively will receive transactional counselling training specially to improve the low self-esteem of learners, (2) principals; it is advisable to provide adequate counselling services phenomenon in schools, (3) transactional analysis can be used to avail improve other psychological aspects such as self-efficacy. Transactional analysis counselling proved effective enough to improve self-esteem students with low self-esteem. Transactional analysis counselling is effective enough to improve self-esteem in all three aspects striving, self-evaluation, and learning. Specifically, the aspect of self-evaluation has the facility to increase self-esteem.
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© 2020, Tandon V.
Received: July 21, 2020; Revision Received: August 27, 2020; Accepted: September 08, 2020
Published in Volume 08, Issue 3, July-September, 2020