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  • Counseling

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    essential elements of a solution-based, short-term pastoral counseling strategy such as its goal-orientation; brief (i.e., number of sessions) and time-limited (i.e., length of each session) nature; basic tenets and guiding assumptions (briefly explain each tenet and assumption), essential interpersonal skills, and possible behavioral positions (i.e., attending, blaming, willing). The goal-orientation for the short-term pastoral counseling should be to get the counselee to focus on their own goals

  • Interview Questions On Counseling And Counseling

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    I was able to interview four people about their perceptions and beliefs about counseling. I noted differences and similarities among their responses which bring about a clearer perspective on the reality of counseling as a profession. The family and friends I choose to interview about their perspective on counseling included my mom Cathy, my brother Ben and my friend Mackenzie. I interviewed a counselor named Chris who is a youth leader at my church. Chris works at Penn State Hershey Medical Center

  • 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

  • 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

  • Career Counseling And Development Counseling

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    that we are very passionate about, it 's not always easy turning them into something more. Some people need a bit more guidance to figure out certain aspects of life. This is where career counseling comes to be of great help. Professionals aid in helping others make informed decisions about their careers by counseling individuals in aspects of self-awareness and development. They also offer services by educating their clients in career choices and the changes they may endure over time. Many theories

  • Multicultural Counseling Paper

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    Multicultural counseling are counselors who understand that the client with different cultural background from themselves will have different views and that could effect their treatment. Multicultural are aware of the different cultures and the differences in groups meaning not everyone in the same group thinks the same. MCTs advocates to enhance the traditional counseling role by teaching and consulting plans that relates to culture and roles in the healing process. They also are aware of the balance

  • Counseling Trauma Survivors

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    The discussion will describe four important crisis skills that a counseling should use when counseling trauma survivors. Kanel ((2008) explain basic attending skills in the ABC model, which include body language, reflection of emotions, paraphrasing, and summarizations. Counselors want to create a special connection fast so that they can get the information they need to help trauma survivors feel safe, but do it in a way not to offend them. Body language include eye contact, encouraging nods, and

  • Counseling Personal Statement

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    using military educational benefits has changed my career interest. I decided to pursue my goal in Counseling. I am interested in completing my Master’s program so I can become more competitive in the Education and Counseling field of study. By completing this degree and advancing my knowledge both academically and professionally I will become more competitive to compete in the career field of counseling while working for the federal government. Ethnicity point out people who share, believe they share

  • Group Counseling Reflection

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    I learned two significant things about group counseling in this course. The first thing that I learned is the importance of setting up a treatment plan. The intention is to follow the client from their entrance into the program until the client is discharged. In this process the clients’ problems are identified through various assessments and as each problem is addressed, it is checked off of the list. Once all of the problems are checked off of the list, the client is considered as having completed

  • Informed Consent In Counseling

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    Counseling is a profession that is grounded on direct interaction between the helper and the client as seeking the help. This delicate profession may be harmful if correct procedure and core standard are not respected. Counselors are dictated to respect the rights of the clients. As a collaborating relationship within the counseling session both the clinician and the help seeker have rights and responsibilities. Here comes the role of the standard code of ethics to draw the lines and stated the limits