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Students’ Experiences Of The Mirror Effect While Studying Group Counselling

Table 3:

Main Themes Categories Key Points Coded from Interview Data
Stage 1Exploration Verbal and nonverbal stimulus similar past experiences
related to my daily life
Differences in reactions deep memory
painful feeling
wanted to cry
unhappy emotions
bitter experience
Stage 2Retrospection Recall related past memories Analogous experience
reminded of my own memories and emotions
stories are similar to my experiences
Conjuring up memories with others.
think of the clients
experienced by colleagues
Connect with emotional scene
feel what the client was feeling
emotional response was touched
try to stand from the client's perspective
Stage 3Imagination Role of the client client
Role of the counsellor professor
Role of the group member group member
Role of the audience student
Stage 4Reconversion Universality not the only one with my type of problem
others had experienced similar problems
not so bad compared to others
Catharsis release repressed emotions
no longer be trapped by the problems or unhappiness
Imparting or sharing of information understand more about the possible different angles and introspection
experiences exert positive influences
alternative ways of thinking
see the same thing from different perspectives
be cured
Modelling learn new skills
learn counselling techniques
Stage 5Significance Healing effect refreshing feeling
more confident
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