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    Group Counseling

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    Significance of Group Counseling Group counseling has been proven to be as effective as individual therapy, cost effective, and applicable. Group counseling is designed to function with all types of settings, individuals, and psychological problems (Corey, Corey, & Corey, 2010). Each counseling group will contain different populations, goals, and settings, which is why group counseling is of such importance (Yalom & Leszcz, 2005). I believe group counseling can give individuals the confidence they need to move forward in life and overcome obstacles. Being apart of a group can create a sense of belonging and support for individuals. From personal experience with group work, I have witnessed the power group counseling holds. The benefits from Group Work When members become active in group counseling, they experience a therapeutic process like no other. There are twelve factors individuals can experience in group counseling, which include altruism, group cohesiveness, universality, interpersonal…

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    Counseling children and adolescents can be both a rewarding and challenging experience. Dealing with the difficulties of confidentiality and also parental involvement can increase the complexity of working with this population. According to Section B of the ACA Code of Ethics (2014), counselors must take precautions to ensure the confidentiality of all client information, including both prospective and current clients. Confidentiality is not something that should be taken lightly the lives of…

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    Characteristics and Behaviors of Effective Counseling On the journey to becoming a clinical mental health counselor, students face many challenges. One such challenge is in establishing a relationship/rapport with each client in a manner that is non-judgmental, supportive, and healing directed (Cooper, 2014). The purpose of this paper is to apply the concepts presented in the course textbook (Erford, 2014), as well as those in supplemental readings, to a fictional scenario provided in the…

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    The book Competent to Counsel: Introduction to Nouthetic Counseling is a great read for people studying counseling and how to counsel others. It was published in 1970 and it was written by Jay E. Adams. Whilst reading the book, readers will understand the difference between nouthetic counseling and secular counseling. Nouthetic counseling means biblical counseling. The word nouthetic means to admonish, to rebuke or to warn in Greek. Worldly counseling is based on evolution and secular thinking.…

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    EDU 701 Counseling Theory and Practice Assignment 1 Essay Name: Gulshan Kumar ID: 2012009572 Lecturer: Dr Sarita Deshpande Guidance and Counseling are referred to as two contradicting factors that enable an individual to solve his problems and achieve psychological, social, educational and professional compatibility; it involves interactive relationship that takes place between the Counselor and its client. Olayinka (1972) defined it to be “a process whereby a person is helped in a…

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    Objective My Objective is to utilize skills learned at Kings College and Norfolk State University, which will allow me to produce great customer service skills and apply critical thinking to provide great services to others. Personal Philosophy of Counseling In general I view myself as behaviorally and cognitively orientated however through the years within my professional experience I found myself being somehow an eclectic counselor. As I grow professionally and expand my knowledge, I find…

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    Introduction Throughout this course, this writer has been challenged to practice counseling skills on either herself or volunteers to get use to the practice and implementing various techniques. This writer has gained additional awareness into what the counseling relationship looks like as well as how to challenge the client, problem solve, collect and reframe the story, identify possibilities, set goals, implement a plan, and ultimately lead the client to termination and maintenance. This…

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    when one has not invested time in understanding the individual. A counselor must not allow personal experiences or biases to enter the counseling relationship. The counselor cannot impose their belief system on the client. A client who can be persuaded by the counselor to embrace an idea, belief or decision cannot be expected to maintain the stance because someone else…

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    Confidentiality and Informed Consent In the counseling domain nothing hurts a therapist’s reputation or fidelity more than losing the trust and confidence of a client, a client’s family, or fellow colleagues. Therapists are professionals and are obligated, not to discuss a client’s information, case, or sessions with anyone. According to Lasky and Riva (2006), counselors have a legal and ethical obligation to protect confidential information disclosed to them. Legally, the therapist could be…

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    As an aspiring clinical mental health counselor, I have already begun forming basic beliefs, concepts, ideas and attitudes toward my own personal philosophy of the counseling profession. Professionalism is individualized or personalized; a counselor controls their own identity as a professional. (VanZandt, 243) Possessing self-awareness is a useful skill to be able to recognize how your own attitude, values and feelings can affect you as a counselor. With self-awareness it is important for a…

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