counsellee

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counsellee

(ˌkaʊnsəˈliː) or

counselee

n
a person who is being counselled
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This process does not mean advice or teaching, rather it is a type of assistance which is given by the counselor to the counselee.
They should never let the counselee feel threatened and guilty but act as the model of the love and grace of Jesus Christ exemplified on earth and taught in the Bible.
The patients' files are evaluated by the clinic supervisor the information that does not reflect the truth is corrected the next time the counselee visits, and the missing information is completed.
A genetic counsellor can assess risks, empower the counselee with information regarding the testing procedures, discuss the advantages and limitations of the tests, and promote informed choices, as well as provide empathic emotional support throughout the whole process.
A counselee-oriented, integrative approach on the impact of DNA-testing for breast and ovarian cancer on the lives of counselees.
Validity of the Career Decision-Making Difficulties Questionnaire: Counselee versus career counselor perceptions.
The consequences of CEM on the counselee should be assessed to determine what skills and relational style the counselee acquired in the course of his or her CEM experiences and the likelihood of these experiences enhancing or impeding potential professional abilities and future relationships with clients.
A reciprocal, bidirectional model provides hope to pastors, counselors, and spiritual mentors regarding the importance of developing a positive and secure relationship with the counselee or mentee.
EMDR strategy is an especially useful thought stopping tool that can help counselee manage or control stress and anxiety that are caused by past events such as car accidents.
These four views include: (a) a student on the verge of failing, (b) a counselee trying to fit in, (c) a person who is socially anxious, and (d) a client feeling stuck in the middle.
The quality of community that surrounds the counselee is one of the crucial factors--perhaps ultimately the most significant--that contributes to his or her success in therapy" (46).
When you are in a bad mood, play the roles of counselor and counselee.
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