Mercado counseling

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Mercado counseling

  1. 1. COUNSELING KRISTINE MAE S. MERCADO III-26 BS PSYCHOLOGY
  2. 2. What is COUNSELING? It is …  Part of the helping relationship  Personal relationship (Dinkmeyer,1966)  Open-ended face-to-face problem solving situation (Glanz,1955)  Process of establishing specific objectives and changes or learning the behavior (Stefflre)  Counseling in a face to face relationship (Tolbert, 1959)
  3. 3. What is COUNSELING? It is …  Process which the structure of the self is relaxed in the safety of the relationship with the counselor and the previously denied experiences are perceived and then integrated into an altered self (Rogers, 1950).  Interaction process which facilitates meaningful understanding of self and environment (Blocker, 1966)
  4. 4. What is COUNSELING? It is …  Refers to a variety of procedures systematically undertaken by a counselor to promote specific changes on the behavior of clients (Thoresen, 1969)  Providing conditions which facilitate voluntary change (Toribio, 1976)
  5. 5. What COUNSELING is not? It is not …         Giving advice Guidance Education Conversation Interrogation Confession Prayer Information giving  Ongoing therapy
  6. 6. COUNSELING Principles 1. Counseling is based on the recognition of the dignity and worth of the individual and on his right to personal assistance in time of need. 2. Counseling is a client-centered being concerned with the optimum development of the whole person and the fullest realization of his potentials for individual and social ends. 3. Counseling is a continuous, sequential, and educational process. 4. Counseling has a responsibility to society as well as to the individual. 5. Counseling must respect the right of every person to accept or refuse the services it offers.
  7. 7. COUNSELING Principles 6. Counseling is oriented around cooperation not compulsion. 7. Counseling implies assistance given by persons in making wise decisions, plans, interpretations and adjustment in the critical situation in life. 8. Counseling requires a comprehensive study of the individual in his cultural setting by the use of every scientific technique available. 9. Counseling is focused on helping the individual realize and actualize his best self, rather than solving isolated problems. 10. Counseling is to be effective must be scientifically evaluated.

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