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|Title: ||諮商師的悲傷剝奪經驗研究 : 以協助企圖自殺者為例|
|Other Titles: ||The study of counselors' disenfranchised grief experiences in counseling suicidal clients.|
|Authors: ||李琇婷;Li, Hsiu-ting|
|Keywords: ||諮商師;悲傷剝奪;自殺;詮釋現象學;Counselor;Disenfranchised Grief;suicide;Hermeneutic Phenomenology|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-11 00:09:57 (UTC+8)|
A counselor is a job with a high emotional loading. Counselors are exposed to psychological, social and physiological problems of cases and they have a deep and close relationship and interaction with a life for a long term; this job itself has a very high pressure. Particularly, the number of suicide is ever-increasing within recent years, therefore the amount of suicide, attempted suicide cases dealt with by them also increases and hence inevitably they will face a job with a high emotional pressure. This thesis focuses on the disenfranchised grief experience and feeling counselors have when facing cases of suicide and attempted suicide under this circumstance.
This study aims to understand counselors’ disenfranchised grief experience when they work with cases of suicide and attempted suicide and the dimensions of the feeling and emotion in this experience, and finally provide psychological workers with a reminder of self-care and cure through the refinement of counselors’ experiences.
This study uses hermeneutic phenomenology among qualitative research methods to collect and analyze data, and uses a semi-structural interview outline to do the in-depth interview with three counselors with working experiences of cases of suicide and attempted suicide, and conducts a data analysis assisted by the researcher’s self-reflection notes and scripts.
The conclusions are as follows: 1. the reason for disenfranchised grief is that they cannot be allowed to have grief: the society has a role expectation about counselors, and thus it deprives counselors’ right to express their grief, and the ethical rule and limit in their professional education oppress them, hence disenfranchised grief happens; 2. the meaning and content of disenfranchised grief: what is disenfranchised is not only the reaction of sadness at the moment, it also includes meta-reaction and the re-ordering after the experience. Disenfranchised grief reminds us to respect each individual’s freedom and right to express emotions; 3. expand the range of disenfranchised grief: this study tries to explain their experiences from the concept of disenfranchised grief in medical and nursing theory, expand the range of disenfranchised grief, comprehend all lost reactions comprehensively, and remind psychological professionals to value this experience; 4. the refinement after the experience of disenfranchised grief: counselors will value self-care more after the experience of disenfranchised grief, and the supervision, guidance and assistance for individual counselor allow them to keep on working with energy, advance their self-concept and understand more about the nature of life, and finally produce a power of transcendence.
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