Counselling And Coaching Case Study

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Overview of Counselling and Coaching In life, many difficult situations are being encountered and experienced by individuals and there come times that they seemed to unable to handle some. People get disappointed, depressed, stressed, sad, worried, etc. and needs other people for them to be okay. Some would like to enhanced oneself and aim for positive goals in life but sometimes cannot determine when to start. In this time of lives, a Counsellor or a Coach may be considered by and individual. A helping relationship will help someone to achieved its need and want to overcome a situation or improve. Counsellors, coach and the like usually undertaken by a professional from the helping services. They uses different interpositions to explore the …show more content…

N.D., describes counselling as: “talking confidentially to a trained professional about your difficulties, past or present, in a safe, non-judgmental, private and supportive environment.” In a testimonial of Reach Counselling, it is quote that “… effective techniques and exercises that help you to deal with the problems you are facing. These techniques and exercises allow you to move on with your life with confidence, enthusiasm and excitement for what the future holds.” where the idea of counselling become clear which is to help the client to overcome or work through a present conflict caused by a past event. Training and Approaches of Counselling Illustrated in the figure below are some of the approaches of Counselling as adapted from Sanders 1997. There are still other approaches not mentioned in the figure as others can still be developed in experience of counselling. Figure 1. Overview of Counselling approaches (adapted from Sanders 1997:5) Counselling …show more content…

• Autonomy: respect for the client’s right to be self-governing • Beneficence: a commitment to promoting the client’s well-being • Non-maleficence: a commitment to avoiding harm to the client • Justice: the fair and impartial treatment of all clients and the provision of adequate services • Self-respect: fostering the practitioners self-knowledge and care for self Personal Moral Qualities in counselling which are recommended by BACP to aspire • Empathy: being able to communicate understanding of another person’s experience from that person’s perspective (walking in the person’s shoes) • Sincerity: a personal commitment to what is professed and what is done (walking the talk) • Integrity: commitment to being moral in dealings with others, personal straightforwardness, honesty and coherence • Resilience: the capacity to work with the client’s concerns without being personally diminished • Respect: showing appropriate esteem to others and their understanding of themselves • Humility: ability to assess accurately and acknowledge one’s own strengths and weaknesses • Competence: effective deployment of the skills and knowledge needed to do what is required • Fairness: the consistent application of appropriate criteria to inform decisions and

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  • Illustrates some of the approaches of counselling as adapted from sanders 1997. other approaches can still be developed in experience of counselling.
  • Describes the fundamental values of counselling, based on an international counselling body.
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