Lecture 6 - Client-Centered.ppt

The objective is to help client in his process of

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The objective is to help client in his process of development, so that he can cope and solve today's problems as well as issues in the future.
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THE ROLE OF A COUNSELOR Counselor should function as a 'facilitator' for the development of a client . Counselor should strive to establish an appropriate atmosphere and that encourages the client to experience a sense of freedom in exploring and experiencing the areas of life that are being denied, or being skewed, or has never been known.
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Counselor should 'help' client so that he is no longer becomes 'defensive‘ and always finds excuses or reasons for each of his behaviors. Counselor will act as a ' mirror ' (reflector) that will help client looking at himself and his problem clearly .
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CONDITIONS OF CLIENT He has rigid beliefs and attitudes, Feelings and experiences jammed, He is separated from the genuine feeling, He is not willing to discuss about his feelings deeply. Fear to get close, Not sure of himself , and so on .
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COUNSELING TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES For Rogers, techniques and procedures should be linked to goals.
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  • Summer '18
  • Abus Seman Awang
  • Psychology, It, Client-Centered Therapy, Rogers

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