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Counselling and Self Awareness
Counselling and Self Awareness
Self-awareness is something that is explored over a period of time, and includes understanding personal values, attitudes and beliefs. Working within a therapeutic…...
How to Cope Between Counselling Sessions
How to Cope Between Counselling Sessions
Counselling sessions are generally arranged at regular weekly intervals. This allows sufficient time for thoughts, understanding and acknowledgement of the issues…...
How to use Counselling and Psychotherapy Resources
How to use Counselling and Psychotherapy Resources
The latest developments, information and counselling support is easily accessible to all counsellors wanting to provide additional advice and assistance to their…...
Maintaining Patient Confidentiality
Maintaining Patient Confidentiality
The maintenance of a client’s confidentiality must be of the highest priority at all times, throughout the duration of a client-counsellor relationship. Although there…...
Protecting Yourself from Abuse
Protecting Yourself from Abuse
A counsellor’s mental wellbeing and ability to offer the appropriate support is as important as a client’s confidentiality and personal safety. Although a Code of…...
Protecting Yourself from Occupational Stress
Protecting Yourself from Occupational Stress
For many people occupational stress and burn-out form part of their job description. Those in the counselling profession however, must maintain good personal mental…...
The Most Important Client Do's and Don'ts
The Most Important Client Do's and Don'ts
Any form of confidential counselling service has professional etiquette to maintain and strict guidelines to adhere to. These are in place to ensure clients receive…...
Using your Personal Qualities, Skills and Knowledge
Using your Personal Qualities, Skills and Knowledge
A combination of skills, qualities, attributes, abilities and knowledge all form part of a Counsellor’s personal skills requirements. Without a broad understanding and…...
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