Counseling

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  • Role Of Counseling In Counseling

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    group with the aim of finding solutions to problems that cause emotional turmoil. Counseling is to ultimately improve individual’s courage and self-esteem. A perfect counselor is one who is aware of contemporary society relating to people's culture, race, and so on. The complexity of the world's culture has made the need to familiarization with people’s culture relevant in the administration of effective counseling. The essence of this is the fact that culture affects people’s ways of doing things

  • Terminating A Counseling Relationship Or A Counseling Session

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    Terminating a Counseling Relationship or a Counseling Session For many clients, the experience of counseling may be viewed as an advantageous relationship that has not only assisted them in modifying their cognition and behavior, to a more rational approach but has allowed them to encounter alternative solutions that can provide a new way of living. Unfortunately all good things must come to an end and when clients exemplify that their goals have been attained, the counseling relationship must be

  • Therapy and Counseling

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    listen and hear our story so we may get a better idea of our options in life. Most people who receive and or counseling show significant improvement. What is Counseling and Therapy? Therapy is applying a process to treat a problem , soothe pain and repair damage and even thoughts.Counseling technically means providing advice and guidance to help you through out your life .Therapy and counseling are types of treatment to improve mental well-beings. These treatments can help people who are emotional

  • Ethics In Counseling

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    People deal with different life situation’s every day and counseling is a great way to cope with situations that are hard to cope by oneself. Counselors are faced with these situations and it is extremely important to be prepared and have the proper training to be able to handle a client’s situation to the best of their ability. There are rules and regulations to help keep counselors on a professional level to help guide with situations such as confidentiality, supervisor and trainee

  • The Importance Of Counseling

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    knowledge of the history of the discipline of Counseling and the various theoretical foundations. Within this specific area of counseling, I have learned most about the counseling process, how it works (or doesn’t) and I have had ample opportunity to learn what comes most naturally to me in the counseling process, and what are opportunities for growth. Through classroom learning and practice, I have had the opportunity to use a variety of counseling skills such as listening, re-framing, restatements

  • School Counseling

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    Abstract School psychologists have many legal and ethical obligations to students and there parents. When conducting counseling sessions and other therapeutic interventions in schools there may be some concerns with confidentiality and privacy for the student. Before conducting and providing treatment services, they must inform the parents or legal guardians of the child to approve of the services planned by the school psychologists. When working with children explaining to them their rights and

  • Counseling Processes

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    In counseling, there are many processes used by a counselor in his sessions with a client. These may be done in a specific order or however which way the counselor sees them to be appropriate. Listed below are the different processes that may be undertaken during a counseling session. 1. Before meeting a counselee, the counselor tries to find out as much as he can about the former. This is done so that he may discern what will help the client most. Also, he has to fathom the counselee's past so

  • History of Counseling

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    It is said that in order to know where you are going, it is important to know where you have been. This adage applies to many facets of life but also to the profession of counseling. In order to gain insight into the future of the profession, this author seeks to uncover the past that has shaped the current landscape. In doing so, the hope is to preserve what may be preserved, correct those mistakes of the past and forge new paths that will lead to wholeness and health. History and Timeline

  • Premarital Counseling

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    What is Premarital Counseling? Premarital Counseling is defined as a type of therapy that helps couples prepare for marriage and it is often provided by a licensed therapist. Therapist is known as a marriage or family therapist. There are also the options of seeking counseling through your religious institution if that works better for you and your future spouse (Mayo Clinic Staff, 2013) . How to prepare for Premarital Counseling? When embarking on any new venture in your

  • Wellness In Counseling

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    Others may have had a bad experience with counseling and concluded that it can be done better. People do not think of this work so much as a job, or even as a career. More typically, a constellation of life experiences that demand explanation and a sense that others seek one out for assistance and emotional sustenance become driving forces leading one toward the counseling profession” (An invitation to). . “Wellness conceptualized as the paradigm for counseling provides vigor-predicated strategies for

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