05102018 using knowledge of the main theories in

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Using knowledge of the main theories in selecting techniques, besides creating a positive relationship with the client. 05/10/2018
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The changes made to the methods used are solely to be listed with the needs of the client. 05/10/2018
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Task framework of philosophy is adjusted for communication purposes. 05/10/2018
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CONDITIONS OF CLIENT Client is also open to the freedom of choice and make a statement openly. 05/10/2018
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Comfortable feelings are important. 05/10/2018
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Client must feel happy with what he has done, can experience a state of trust, besides having confident in the relationship. 05/10/2018
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Client also wants to get guides on how to deal with the problems. 05/10/2018
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COUNSELING TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES The counselor will choose the techniques and procedures that seem most appropriate at a given moment . 05/10/2018
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Counselor must be careful in using the term ' eclectic ' as eclecticism makes the assumption that the counselor has a good capability . 05/10/2018
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And, counselor should not use this eclecticism to rationalize any action to techniques freely. 05/10/2018
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  • Summer '18
  • Abus Seman Awang
  • Psychology, eclecticism, School of Applied Psychology, UUM COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, Originally

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