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Running head: SHORTENED TITLE UP TO 50 CHARACTERS 1 Add Title Here, up to 12 Words, on One to Two Lines Author Name(s), First M. Last, Omit Titles and Degrees Institutional Affiliation(s) Author Note Include any grant/funding information and a complete correspondence address.
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SHORTENED TITLE UP TO 50 CHARACTERS 2 Abstract Counseling is a professional guidance for the client by using psychological skills. These skills include collecting clients history data Egan(2012), by using various methods of the personal session and testing individual interests and aptitudes. The counselor's goal is generally to guide or coach the individual toward opportunities that can be the best and concrete fulfillment of the client personal needs and interest. The counselor usually attempts to clear the client's own thoughts rather than to solve his or her problems. Skills. Before the session begins the counselor usually emphasize on attending skills, active listening, empathetic responding skills and the questioning skills. In the initial stage of the session of attending skill, the counselor will establish a warmth, hospitality and genuine approach to the client by exercising the eye contact to the client, body positioning so as not to missed anything that can be of importance. As mentioned by Egan(2012) the trained counselor will help clients in a way both physically and psychologically. The main purpose of attending skills is to explore clients deeper level of personal background, contextual events, the counselor will demonstrate empathetic responding skills and provide concrete emotion support to the clients. Egan(2012) has highlighted that the sitting position is crucial during the active listening skills session so as to capture some facial expression the verbal and nonverbal communication, listen for cognitive and emotional feelings, client body language behaviors, also to observe clients eye movement cues, also to take notes on client tone of voice, listen for clients distortion, silence, deletions and generalization. Sometimes active listening can be easy as prompting the client to continue talking by using easy interjections sounds such as "uh-huh" or "tell me more" or "really?"
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SHORTENED TITLE UP TO 50 CHARACTERS 3 During the active listening the counselor should always stay focus on the client explanation. The counselor should not be carry away by clients personal experiences and the counselor should not talk about their personal problems unless the clients ask. Otherwise counselors should assume that clients needs to talk about their personal things out. Sometimes the counselor needs to show to the clients by summarizing what the client has said regarding their lives barriers and their problems issues. The empathetic responding skill, which is critical in the establishment of caring, trusting and support for the client. Empathetic responding is important showing that we understand the clients feelings is a concrete pathway of establishing rapport and is important ingredient in any helping relationship. These way the client will built the trust on the counselor and the client may be
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