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Behavioral characteristics of Effective Counseling

The causes of ineffective and effective counseling are explored as they relate to case studies. Questions are framed around ineffective counseling that contributes to the problem. Factors that are involved in effective counseling in a case study are presented. The characteristics of effective and ineffective counseling are described, and the impact that ineffective counseling has on the counseling session is discussed.

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Some characteristics for effective counseling in the case study involves the process in the assessment that consists of understanding and evaluating factors that are relevant to a client's life. Examples are diagnosis (medical, psychological, etc.), identifying the psychological problem or pattern of behavior. Another effective characteristics involves identifying themes for further exploring methods of potential assessment and/or therapy. Most of all a good relationship between the psychologist/therapist must be established. In addition ...

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In this article, solutions to the dilemma of ineffective counseling are discussed. Methods that facilitate effective professional counseling to resolve ineffective counseling practices are outlined. The study provides helpful suggestions for more effective counseling in the case study approach.