The Relationship between Young International Students and the UK Counseling Services Lived Experiences and Perceptions Name Institution The Relationship between Young International Students and the UK Counseling Services Lived Experiences and Perceptions Abstract The aim of undertaking this research paper is to analyze whether the negative perception regarding the UK counseling services by young international students persists or it has changed. Most previous research literature reviews that most students have the negative attitude towards the counseling facilities as Lee (2010) portrays. It’s also going to review whether students can distinguish amongst counselors psychiatrists and psychologist not forgetting social workers who are mostly the professionals involved in the community counseling responsibilities (Lee 2010). Counselors are the individuals assigned with the task of advising people on the problems they might be facing to be in a position to make healthy decisions in life. Counseling has a long history since when human education. Research papers in education 23(2) 167-177. Holm-Hadulla R. M. & Koutsoukou-Argyraki A. (2015). Mental health of students in a globalized world: Prevalence of complaints and disorders methods and effectivity of counseling structure of mental health services for students. Mental Health & Prevention 3(1-2) 1-4. Lee J. J. (2010). International students’ experiences and attitudes at a US host institution: Self-reports and future recommendations. Journal of Research in International Education 9(1) 66-84. Moreno M. A. Jelenchick L. A. Egan K. G. Cox E. Young H. Gannon K. E. & Becker T. (2011). Feeling bad on Facebook: Depression disclosures by college students on a social networking site. Depression and anxiety 28(6) 447-455.Nugent F. A. (2010). Introduction to the profession of counseling. Prentice Hall.Weksler B. B. Subileau E. A. Perriere N. Charneau P. Holloway K. Leveque M. ... & Male D. K. (2015). Blood-brain barrier-specific properties of a human adult brain endothelial cell line. The FASEB journal 19(13) 1872-1874. [...]
It is a quantitative research proposal and should be thorough, Should have; 1) An Abstract 2) An introduction; - provide problem statement, Rationale for the study, significance of the study and objectives of the study 3) Literature review Should show mastery of relevant literature on the topic of interest 4)Research Proposal Describe the study design, study setting (university), study population, instrument of measurement to be used and why, how will data be collected and analysed, Ethical considerations (university) 5) Strength sand limitations of study It should also follow APA style of referencing.