The success of counseling will largely depend on the goals identified by the counselor and the time frames given for the treatment of maladjustment.
The three main core conditions that Carl Rogers considered essential for effective counselling are: 1. Unconditional Positive Regard (UPR) 2. Empathy 3. Congruence However in...
There have been several advantages and disadvantages found within telephone counselling concerning the personal experience of both the therapist (counselor) and the client.
Getting ready to take the NCE or CPCE counseling exams? Don't fret! Here are some vital hints and resources to help you pass the FIRST time!
Qualities such as empathy, genuiness and non-possessive warmth seem to be present in most helping relationships. In fact, most of the phenomenologically orientated psychoanalysts, including Freud, Otto Rank and Alfred...
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...
While confidentiality is important in the client-therapist relationship, it is not an absolute right. In some cases, counselors must break confidentiality to protect patients or other parties.
The relationship with your therapist is very important. So how do you know if you've found a good one? This simple checklist will help.
Dual relationships in most service careers are looked down upon. In psychology, the two year rule seems to be the general opinion, but others state that once a client, always a client.
Are you feeling confused, struggling with situations/ relationships, unable to take decisions, dying to get 'that' support? Then probably you need some counseling sessions by a trained psychotherapist.