Sigmund Freud's personality theory, as well as the underlying issues of his theory, will be presented in the following.
Professional strengths and limitations appear within telephone counselling, involving training, the theoretical models used, the contract made, the staff used, the therapist’s own limitations, referring clients, and personal boundaries.
Maslow's theory emphasizes the uniqueness of the person as well as the potential for self-direction and enhanced functioning. This theory has influenced numerous fields until today.
There have been several advantages and disadvantages found within telephone counselling concerning the personal experience of both the therapist (counselor) and the client.