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    Counseling

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    Counseling can be viewed as relationship between two individuals‚ a counselor and a client‚ with the aim of helping the client overcome a problem or reduce adversary/suffering .In this relationship‚ the assumption is that the client is in a problem and needs assistance‚ while the counselor is experienced and possesses unconditional positive regard to the client. Therefore‚ counseling may also be regarded as a helping profession because it aims at helping the clients deal with the problems they face

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    Counseling

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    c Counselling Counseling is a dynamic interaction between counselor and counselee where a counselor adopts certain attitude and uses knowledge and skill to introduce and sustain in the clients learning process of self-expression leading to self understanding‚ leading to action so that the client changes his behaviour and solves his problems. Counselling is a non-directive talking therapy‚ which creates a non-judgemental space in order for you to work through your difficulties in a safe therapeutic

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    Career Counseling

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    What is Career Counseling? Your career development is a lifelong process that‚ whether you know it or not‚ actually started when you were born! There are a number of factors that influence your career development‚ including your interests‚ abilities‚ values‚ personality‚ background‚ and circumstances. Career Counseling is a process that will help you to know and understand yourself and the world of work in order to make career‚ educational‚ and life decisions. Career development is more than just

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    Counseling Stages

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    Stages of Counseling Stage One: Relationship building During this initial phase of therapy several tasks must be completed including; Laying foundations for trust‚ Establishing the structure and form therapeutic relationship will take‚ and completion and explanation of informed consent process and forms. This stage is crucial to counseling in that it defines the roles of the counselor and client‚ and constructs the foundations and structure of therapy. When this initial stage is executed

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    Addiction Counseling

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    documentation requirements that account for a considerable portion of addictions counselors’ time. The result is that addictions counselors have less time to spend with clients (Alexander & Lemak‚ 1997) and‚ thus‚ may perceive pressure to expedite the counseling process. As a result‚ their interactional style with clients may take on a rather direct‚ "get down to business" tone (Lemak‚ Alexander‚ & D’Aunno‚ 2001; Rohrer‚ Rohland‚ Westermann‚ Knott‚ & Zwick‚ 1999). One critical factor for addictions counselors

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    Counseling Supervision

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    Tessa Inverary Walden University November 13‚ 2011 Supervision involves the meeting together of two counseling professionals‚ one of whom has more experience than the other (Erford‚ B. 2010)‚ to facilitate the development of the supervisee. The main purpose of receiving supervision is to ensure competent practice‚ and is therefore a method of ensuring quality and consistency. In supervision‚ the needs‚ goals and growth of the client are the most important. The supervisor’s role in helping

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    Effective Counseling

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    Counselor By {Author} {Institution} Abstract This research paper discusses the qualities that are necessary for an effective counseling and as such any counselor considered effective must posses them. The paper has a separate discussion of both personal and professional qualities required for any good counselor. The personal qualities form a larger part of the discussion because

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    How accredited programs assist professionalization within the counseling field is by helping masters/doctoral students gain a better understanding of the counseling issues through experience. Why students want to attend a program that is Counsel for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Program (CACREP) is due to it providing hands on experience in the field‚ students can take the NCE before graduation‚ greater job opportunities‚ and the program teaches the students about the ethical

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    Prayer in Counseling

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    Christian Clients’ Preferences Regarding Prayer as a Counseling Intervention Journal Article Review Liberty University April 19‚ 2012 Summary In Eriksen and Weld’s journal article‚ the writers contend that spirituality and prayer is being utilized more and more by mental health practitioners and counselors. The concept of prayer within the counseling session is something that was considered for a long time but the actual use of spirituality practices is more frequently being used today

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    Group Counseling

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    My view of group counseling has changed tremendously. Prior to this course I thought group counseling just consisted of a counselor gather a group of people with similar issues and assisting them through their troubles so they are able to lead a happy and healthy life. Now I know group counseling consists of way more than that. For example‚ I have knowledge of the stages of an addictions group and the roles of both counselors and group members. I also look at the group process in a different way

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