The purpose of this study was to explore the outcomes of a six-year counseling program sponsored by an enterprise for remote junior high school students. Ten students (five males, five females) participated in the study whom participated in the counseling program three years and already graduated from the junior high school three years. The results showed that the counseling program had long-term effects on these students. They had learned how to regulate their emotions and social skills, and to adopt a “never give-up” attitude from the counseling program and applied them into their life after graduation. The results and suggestions for further research and practice are discussed in this paper.
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