counsellee

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counsellee

(ˌkaʊnsəˈliː) or

counselee

n
a person who is being counselled
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Validity of the Career Decision-Making Difficulties Questionnaire: Counselee versus career counselor perceptions.
The results of the interest inventory provide the career counselor with a RAISEC code that represents the counselee's primary occupational interests.
This process does not mean advice or teaching, rather it is a type of assistance which is given by the counselor to the counselee. It is a two way process in which at least two members are required; one is the counselor and the other is the counselee.
During the course of drug prevention counseling, a student might become uncooperative and resistant to making changes, and this sometimes led their SAPIS counselor to become pessimistic about the chances that their counselee would ever be able to surmount their problems.
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.
It was more a natural conversation, a discussion--and you get easier buy-in from both the manager's and the counselee's perspective when you're creating goals around a real scenario instead of trying to look ahead for 12 months at the beginning of new fiscal year."
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 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.