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Counseling

What is Counseling?
Counseling is a helping relationship between two individuals (A & B) where “A” is a counselor and “B” is a client & it takes place in a professional setting. It is initiated and maintained as a means of facilitating changes in the behavior of a client.

  • C -Continuous
  • O- On-going Process
  • U- Up-liftment
  • N- Nurturing
  • S- Sharing
  • E- Emotions
  • L- Love
  • I- Intellectual Growth
  • N- Nursing
  • G- Guidance
Counselling

Counselor

Counselor is a matured and experience person in terms of attitude, skills, and behavior. The client due to some problem is unable to think rationally, realistically, and effectively a solution for his/her problem. Counselor helps her/him in thinking rationally.

Counselor is A

  • MOTIVATOR
  • TRAINER
  • BUILDER
  • EDUCATOR
  • GUIDER
  • MEDIATOR
  • ORGANIZER
  • DEVELOPER

Counseling Areas

  • Adolescent Issues.
  • Adjustment Issues .
  • Relationship Issues.
  • Discipline Issues.
  • Poor Achievement.
  • Managing Stress.
  • Managing Emotions.
  • Career Issues.
  • Educational Difficulties.
  • Family Issues.
  • Personality Issues.
  • Value Issues.

Attributes Required in Counseling

  • Confidentiality
  • Patience
  • Respect
  • Non-judgmental
  • Genuineness
  • Empathy
  • Acceptance

Basic Objectives of Counseling

  • The client should feel better & well equipped with information after meeting the counselor.
  • The counselor helps the child to help him/her by giving him some useful Tips, skills & techniques.
  • Client learns balance is in attitudes and knowledge.
  • Personality enhancement takes place.
  • Client’s Decision making & problem solving skills improve.
  • Child becomes self-reliant, self-directed & responsible & well-informed.

The Counselor helps ths client in following areas

  • Improving Studying Skills.
  • Writing Exams
  • Memory Techniques.
  • Career Planning.
  • Choosing Stream.
  • Managing Emotions.
  • Getting along with People.
  • Appreciating Life.
  • Communicating Effectively.
  • Converting Potential into Performance.
  • Improving Self-Esteem.

Basic Principles in Counseling

  • Counseling is needed by all people at the various stages of growth.
  • It is for normal people, less severely disturbed.
  • It is focused on dissemination of information.
  • Its focus is on skill building.
  • Prevention is better than cure is the belief.
  • Its more activity based, motivational in nature.
  • Its not limited to only problem children thus children don’t feel stigma to go to a counselor.

Group Counseling

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Individual Counseling

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