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counseling

A relatively new career within the real estate industry that involves providing independent and unbiased advice on a variety of real estate-related issues. Membership in the Counselors of Real Estate (www.cre.org) is by invitation only. Another trade organization is the National Association of Counselors (http://nac.lincoln-grad.org/).

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Master of Science in Counseling: School Counseling Leadership
Lack of affirmation from self and others regarding high capability may actually be a presenting issue and can be addressed in counseling.
Thus, insight is a critical component in effective counseling to help counselors understand what their "in group" is, what categories they may be using with clients, and what attributes they associate with those categories.
Counselors may claim an appropriate share of university resources should the expressed needs of students be shown to be high or on the increase; training of student counselors could be improved by local research on counseling needs and it is an efficient method of identifying student concerns (Nicholas, 2002).
The practical orientation of this work make it a valuable resource for those interested in career counseling.
The ideas which underlie almost all traditional psychological theory (and therefore almost all counseling and discipline models) are contained in stimulus-response psychology The basic premise in stimulus-response psychology is that people do what they do and feel how they feel because other people and events make them do it or feel it.
This is perfectly acceptable from the writers' perspective as long as rehabilitationists do not forget their "placement roots" when they move up to counseling, administrative, or supervisory positions; do not denigrate the placement workers they hire to replace themselves; and see placement directed towards competitive employment as one of the most valuable activities in rehabilitation counseling.
Guindon, Department of Counseling and Human Development, School of Professional Studies, Johns Hopkins University; Lee J.
What, then, are the conditions for orchestrating culturally sensitive counseling sessions for Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders who hold traditional ethnic values?
First, more concrete, active-directive counseling methods are generally more compatible with an external locus of control (Atkinson, Thompson, & Grant, 1993; Deane, 1992), and with interdependent cultural expectations for counselors to act as hierarchical authority figures and to take a more directive, advisory role (Chan et al.
For example, ask if the organization offers on-line counseling and education around the clock.
There are several important distinctions between research about school counseling and evaluation of school counseling programs.

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