Cybercounseling in the United States and South Korea: Implications for Counseling College Students of the Millennial Generation and the Networked Generation

Mary Finn Maples, Sumi Han
2008 Journal of Counseling and Development  
The National Board for Certified Counselors describes cybercounseling as the provision of some aspects of counseling through technology, via such applications as e-mail, Web-based information access, course registration, academic advising, and career guidance. The authors explore the characteristics of cybercounseling, describe its current use in the United States and South Korea, explore its advantages and disadvantages, and consider issues and concerns for college counselors.
doi:10.1002/j.1556-6678.2008.tb00495.x fatcat:44zqe2ddzveurbllglnsknfrly