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The study aimed to study the effectiveness of an integrative counseling program for developing academic self-regulation skills for behaviorally disturbed first-grade students, and the study sample consisted of (24) students with behavioral disorders, divided into an experimental group that includes (12) students, and a control group that includes (12) ) a female student, with an average age of (13.14) years and a standard deviation of 0,391. The study tools included: Academic self-regulationdoi:10.21608/maed.2021.225372 fatcat:osvmeov2nfgdvnxpt7r6pyzuu4