Client and counselor perceptions regarding the quality of communication during intake interviews
Five hypotheses were examined to determine whether or not any differences existed between client and counselor perceptions regarding the quality of communication during intake interviews at the Ball State University Counseling and Psychological Services Center in Muncie, Indiana. The study involved intern counselors, faculty counselors, and their intake clients. The population encompassed (1) one hundred clients, (2) five faculty counselors, and (3) five intern counselors. Each counselor interviewed ten clients.