The study aimed to identify the reality of counseling practice in educational institutions in Jordan, and to achieve the purpose of the study, the descriptive approach was used, in addition to the use of a questionnaire consisting of (40) items distributed over (4) fields as a tool for the study, which was applied to a sample of (400). male and female students in public schools affiliated to the Jordanian Ministry of Education, in the first semester of the academic year (2022/2023); Where the study concluded that there is a positive counseling practice practiced by teachers of educational and psychological counseling in schools from the point of view of students, in addition to practicing counseling tasks in a positive way; However, the students are affected by these tasks little, due to the educational and psychological counseling teachers not having full powers.

Keywords: Counseling practice, educational institutions, teachers of educational, psychological and vocational counseling.


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AL-MOMANI, M. O. ., & RABABA, E. M. . (2023). THE REALITY OF COUNSELING PRACTICE IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN JORDAN. Turkish International Journal of Special Education and Guidance & Counselling ISSN: 1300-7432, 12(1), 15–23. Retrieved from



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