Montalbo, Ma. Christine D.
II-6 BSE Social Sciences
Professional Education 5 – Guidance and Counselling
Concepts of Guidance and Counselling
GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING
* defined as a planned and organized work aimed at assisting the trainee to understand himself and his abilities and develop his potentialities in order to solve his problems and achieve psychological, social, educational and professional compatibility. GUIDANCE
* Guidance is a group of planned services that include counseling, it provides the trainee with miscellaneous information to upgrade his feeling of responsibility, understand himself and know his abilities and provide guidance services to trainees. Counselling
* is the procedural aspect of guidance; it is therefore the interaction that comes as a result of the vocational relationship between a specialized counselor and his student where the counselor assists the student to understand himself and his abilities and talents to achieve self and environmental compatibility in order to attain the appropriate degree of mental health in light of the techniques and specialized skills of the guidance process. Difference Between GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING :
1- Guidance is more general and comprehensive than counseling, it therefore includes counseling. 2- Guidance usually precedes counseling and paves the way for it. Counseling follows guidance. 3- Guidance stresses the theoretical aspect while counseling takes care of the practical aspect. 4- Counseling is usually the relationship between the teacher and the student who comes for assistance; therefore it is an individualistic relationship.
1. Religious Counseling:
The counselor cooperates with the Institute in urging the trainee to attend congregational prayer and implant Islamic values and Islamic doctrine into them through religious contests, lectures and connect activities and curricular with these Islamic values....
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