Tag Archives: Counselling

Chalice Model, Presenting And Blind Spots In Counselling

The Chalice Model
This describes a model of support. The top half of the chalice represents the client and what they bring to each session. The …

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Things To Think About As Studying Counsellors

Things to consider
Counselling isn’t just about learning a set of rules, ethics and procedures. It is a way of life. It is about choosing to …

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Genuineness, Unconditional Positive Regard And Empathy In Counselling

Genuineness
When we are being genuine we are open and ourselves. If you are genuine with your clients you will encourage them to be more forthcoming, …

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The First Counselling Session With A New Client

The First Session
It is important to provide a safe environment for clients to attend. Many new clients will feel ill at ease when visiting a …

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Depression, Suicide, Stress And Relaxation Counselling

Depression
This can indicate a range of emotions from feeling down to literally being unable to move or speak. It can be brought on by a …

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Relationship And Couples Counselling

Relationships
Human beings are thought to be instinctively social creatures, and relationships form an integral part of this sociability. Sadly for many people forming and …

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