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The goal of counseling, among other thing, is to develop an internal locus of control of a clients. Research, especially in western cultures, has shown that those with an internal locus of control were correlated to their characters, they are: hard work, problem solving skilss, optimistic, engaging in social activities and high in achievement motivation. However, for clients who are not from western cultures a tendency to foster an internal locus of control in the counseling process should bedoi:10.29210/12100 fatcat:czok6iv77jed7ho2j6qn6hhpbq