Introduction to Terms
The pattern of sessions has a predictable rhythm with an introduction, information gathering, discussion and a conclusion.
Active listening happens when you “listen for meaning”. The listener says very little but conveys much interest. The listener only speaks to find out if a statement (or two … Continue reading
Not everybody who calls themselves ‘counsellor’ can provide professional counselling services in all over the world. There is no regulatory body or association for governing the practice of counselling in Nigeria and many other countries. This has unfortunately led to anybody with or without formal training, calling themselves as counsellors.
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Sometimes making the right decision over certain issues becomes confusing, in fact the parties at the center of the happenings might not be able to make the right decision. Its difficult to think right when a lot are happening around you and making decisions at this junction could be detrimental. … Continue reading