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REPORTER: TUVILLEJA, JAHLEN M.

III BLIS 19 JUNE 2014



UNIT 1: PRINCIPLES OF GUIDANCE

Crow, Humphreys and their associates list their fundamental principles of
guidance, as follows:
1. Every aspect of an individuals complex personality pattern constitutes a
significant factor of his total display of attitudes and behavior.
2. Individual differences should be recognized, although human beings are similar
in many respects.
3. The function of guidance is to help a person
(a) formulate and accept stimulating, worthwhile, and attainable goals of
behavior and
(b) apply these objectives in conducting his affairs
4. Existing social, economic, and political unrest is giving rise to many maladjustive
factors that require the cooperation between experienced, thoroughly trained
guidance counselors and individuals with problems.
5. Guidance is a continuous process.
6. Guidance is not limited to a few.
7. Guidance is education
8. Generally accepted areas of guidance include concern with the extent to which
an individuals physical and mental health interferes with his adjustment to home,
school, and vocational demands.
9. Parents and teachers have guidance responsibilities.
10. Specific guidance problems should be referred to persons trained to deal with
particular areas of adjustment.
11. Programs of an individual evaluation and research should be conducted, and
progress and achievement made accessible to guidance workers.
12. An organized guidance program should be suited to individual and community
needs.
13. The responsibility for the administration of the guidance of the program should be
centered in a qualified trained head.
14. Continuous or periodic appraisals should be made of the school guidance
program.
15. Take time to solve problems and make decisions.
16. Let the counselee develop his own insights.
17. Problems arise from situations.
18. Problems are interrelated.





REFERENCES:
Aquino, G. V., & Alviar, C. C. (1990). Principles of guidance and counseling.
Crow, L. D., & Crow, A. (1960). An introduction to guidance. New York: American Book
Co.
Humphreys, A., Traxler, A. E., & North, R. D. (1960). Guidance services. Chicago:
Science Research Associates, Inc.
Kapunan, R. R. (1974). Fundamentals of guidance and counseling. Manila: Rex Book
Store.