Study on the Application of Satir’s Iceberg Theory in the Psychological and Emotional Relief of College Students
Keywords:Satir’s Iceberg Theory; Psychological and Emotional Relief; College Students.
In today’s society, college students are facing greater pressure to study. On the one hand, they don’t fit into colleges after leaving home and their lively schoolmates; on the other hand, they have to make early plans for the future in society. As all this burdens adult students with great strain, they often suffer from depression during their studies and become less confident after self-denial. This paper proposes to design a dialogue system based on Satir's iceberg theory to help alleviate the psychological emotions of the college students mentioned above.
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