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Lecture 8 - Eclectic.ppt

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MAIN CHARACTERISTICS 1. Counselor has the power to customize the techniques of the directive-counseling and client-centered counseling so that it is aligned with its objectives. 05/10/2018
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2. This approach is not limited by any opinions or methods only. 05/10/2018
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3. The methods used are with the specific reasons especially due to their suitability for the client and the counselor. 05/10/2018
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4. Flexibility is an obvious characteristic that allows the transfer of emphasis to occur, beside in certain respects as desired anyway. 05/10/2018
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GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF COUNSELING The goal is to solve the problems encountered or experienced at that time, besides to achieve a free and cohesive feeling for the client's own self . 05/10/2018
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The objective is to help client in the process of development and growth so that he or she can cope with the problems faced over the years. 05/10/2018
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THE ROLE OF COUNSELOR Counselor can modify the techniques of counseling so that it is aligned with the goals and objectives of counseling. 05/10/2018
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Counselor is free to choose and make statements openly. 05/10/2018
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A good eclectic counselor should know all of the major theories in counseling.
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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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