The Perceptions of the Psychological Counselors about Their Roles and Responsibilities Related to School Security

Adem Peker

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to analyze the perceptions of the psychological counselors about their roles and responsibilities related to school security. The study group of the study is formed of 12 psychological counselors working in different school grades in Erzurum city center. The study is formed in qualitative design. Three themes as factors affecting school security, roles and responsibilities in terms of school security, the tasks that the psychological counselors can take in terms of school security have been created in the study. The data of the study was analyzed by using content analysis. As a result of the study, it is seen that the factors affecting the school security according to psychological counselors are physical and social environment of the school, school management and attitudes of the teachers, school security system. It is determined that the perceptions of the psychological counselors about their roles and responsibilities are psychological security, responsibility, legal acts and professional competence. It is also determined that the tasks that the psychological counselors can take are preventive studies and studies towards parents.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v3i6.1043

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