Types of counselling

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Types of counselling

  1. 1. * It revolves around the client. * Client leads the conversation. * Counsellor is most passive. * Open ended questions are asked. * The Entire responsibility is of client. * Client can act with his own intellect. * Diagnostic instruments are not used. ( Carl Rogers)
  2. 2. * Defining the problematic situation. * Free expression of feeling. * Classification of positive & negative feeling. * Development of insight . * Termination of Counselling Situation.
  3. 3. * Development Of Problem Solving Ability. * Unwanted tests can be avoided * Leaves its impression for a long time. * Reduce Tension * Slow & time consuming process. * If client is immature it is not suitable . * Sometimes due to the counsellors passiveness , the client hesitates in expressing his feeling
  4. 4. * Coordinative methods are used. * The counsellor is neither active not Passive. * The need and personality of the client is studied and then he selects the technique. * The main techniques are used for the reassurance , Giving information , Case history & testing. * Both counsellor & client are active and cooperative in conversation turn wise and solve the problem. (F.C Thorne)
  5. 5. * Study the need and personality of the client. * Selection Of the technique. * Application of the technique. * Evaluation of activeness. * Preparation of Counselling. * Seeking the opinion of the client and other related people.
  6. 6. * Practical value is high. * Both Client & Counsellor are active. * Some people are of view that both the types can not be mixed together. * Vague & Opportunistic. * Question arrives that how much freedom should be given to the client , No definite rule.

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