Individual Counseling and Student Adjustment to the New Normal Era


  • Sjeny L. Souisa, Hendrik Tuaputimain, Louisa Marga Metekohy, David Ming


School from home in the middle of the new normal because of the pandemic makes some students worried and anxious about the condition. Not many of them realize that self-adjustment plays an important role in determining the attitudes and behaviors they take. This study aims to look at the application of individual counseling in improving student self-adjustment.Quantitative research design is done by testing a sample of 8 respondents. The results showed that the proposed hypothesis in which individual counseling had a significant influence on students self-adjustment. This research becomes an important basis that individual counseling is proven to improve student self-adjustment.