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Counselling

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Discipline summary

Counselling means dealing with the needs of persons, groups or communities, within the methods of psychology, social work, psychotherapy, ... . The counsellor is the person that opens the space for the client to think and to review different parts of a problem or an existing situation. Within the methods of the counsellor the client will take decissions and after being accompanied from the counsellor within his/her first steps the client will be able to handle his/her situation alone again.

In this way counselling deals with all kinds of promblems and situations a person can get in, within his/her life. A counsellor him/herself is in need of a psychological supervision to be kept from getting part of the situation or problem him/herself and following not being able to keep a necessary distance.

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