Percepción de Conocimientos, Destrezas y Actitudes sobre el Manejo de la Población LGB en una Muestra de Estudiantes de Consejería en Rehabilitación

Raúl Rivera Colón, Maximino Ramos Reyes, Wil Rivera Pérez, Bernice Pérez Rodríguez

Resumen


El propósito de este estudio fue explorar la percepción de un grupo de estudiantes de consejería en rehabilitación en torno a sus competencias para intervenir con los clientes lesbianas, gay y bisexuales (LGB). La muestra estuvo constituida por 41 participantes reclutados por disponibilidad. Se utilizó la Escala de Competencia del Consejero en Orientación Sexual (SOCCS, por sus siglas en inglés; Bidell 2005). Para el análisis se realizaron medidas de tendencia central y pruebas t. Los resultados reflejaron un nivel de competencia total y por subescala (conocimientos, actitudes y destrezas) moderado. No se encontró diferencia estadísticamente significativa en función de la edad ni del tipo de institución académica. Al final del artículo se discuten implicaciones para la preparación académica de los consejeros en rehabilitación que pueden redundar en una mejor prestación de servicios para los clientes LGB.

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