Lecture 5 - Mistakes of New Counselor .ppt

Anxiety 2 feeling shameful 3 feeling depressed 4

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Anxiety 2. Feeling shameful 3. Feeling depressed 4. Feeling guilty 5. Angry 6. Feeling hurt 7. Irrational jealousy 8. Self-discipline 9. The combination of a wide range of emotions 10. Wrong emotions
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1. So that his problems can be solved by the helper in order to reduce his emotional stress.
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2. So that he can be guided and monitored toward a right direction in the manageable way.
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3. So that for every issue, that he has undergone, will be answered and explained clearly to make it easily understood .
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1. The helper is an 'expert' in all areas .
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2. The helper is the most 'powerful' over himself .
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3. The helper is the most 'perfect' person.
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4. The helper can become as a 'close friend‘.
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5. The helper can become as a 'potential lover’.
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The above expectations only exist in the mind of the client due to the fact that his condition is at the irrational level.
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1. Asking too personal quetions, 2. No elements of 'confidentiality', 3. Using counseling relationship for his own personal interest, 4. Too much talking, but less listening, 5. Make decision on behalf of clients, and 6. Disclosing the client's problems to others.
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1. Disclosing own feelings and attitude, 2. Telling about other people, 3. Patronizing the client, 4. Too sympathetic towards clients, and 5. Take the burden of the client.
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1. Listen 'empathically', 2. Try to understand any solutions that clients suggest, 3. Helping clients how to implement alternative solutions, 4. Behavior - 'Listening Effectively', and 5. NEVER be sarcastic, or compare with our own experiences, or advise sensational @ personal issues.
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  • Summer '18
  • Abus Seman Awang
  • Psychology, Feeling, UUM COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, higher learning institution, PROFESSOR HAMZAH SAMAT

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