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-holistic definition of counseling and therapy
-what creates change within an individual and identify the most important aspects of the counseling process.
Welch (1998-2011) defines holistic counseling as a two part process defined by an analysis of the problem (looking at the problem the client is concerned about and examining where it could have come from) and synthesis of the problem. In order to synthesize the problem the holistic therapist takes all the information they analyzed and then they lay it out for the client. The goal is to help the client transform themselves by giving them a full overview of the problem. In order for holistic therapy to succeed the client must want to change, however even when the client decides not to make the changes ...
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How would you and other professions define counseling and therapy? Can you provide me with a holistic definition of counseling that aligns with your or others beliefs about the therapeutic process? In addition, can you comment on what creates change within an individual and identify the most important aspects of the counseling process.
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