- 心理社会的支援研究 = Reports from the Faculty of Psychosocial Support Research Kyoto Bunkyo University (ISSN:21860033)
- vol.11, pp.71-81, 2020-09-01
The goal of this trial-based investigation was to understand how student perceptions of help-seeking changed as a result of WRAP training targeting college students. The methodology consisted of having participants take an anonymous self-administered questionnaire based on the Likert system using the Help-seeking Preference Scale before and after the WRAP training. The participants were also given a questionnaire asking them in what ways they thought the WRAP training would be useful to them, with their written answers being analyzed. As a result, it was observed that many of the subjects had a desire for help. Furthermore, it was suggested that by sharing their "Wellness Toolbox" and "Daily Maintenance Plan" with others, their trust in the help and advice of others had become stronger. Furthermore, the results of this investigation indicated that having college students go through WRAP training was effective in helping them solve their problems, making them conscious of their own mental and physical states, and giving them the skills necessary to regulate these states.