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Exploring Therapeutic Reenactment Techniques for Clinical Counsellors

Different forms of therapeutic techniques can work for a client depending on their unique situation. What works for one client may not work for the next, which is why it’s important to understand and be familiar with a number of different options as a clinical counsellor to be able to best help...
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How to Work With Perfectionist Clients as a Registered Professional Counsellor

If you’re considering becoming a registered professional counsellor, then you may want to think about how you would approach care for a client suffering from perfectionist tendencies. Sometimes perfectionism seeps into the everyday lives of individuals, making it difficult for them to function in...
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Culture Shock: How to Help Clients as a Registered Professional Counsellor

Culture shock is often used casually, but it is defined as “the loss of emotional equilibrium suffered when one relocates from one culture to an entirely different environment” (Johnson, n.d.). In simpler terms, this describes the feelings one gets when entering a new setting that causes stress,...
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3 Counselling Microskills to Use With Clients After Clinical Counsellor Training

Enhancing communication with clients is an essential part of clinical counselling training that will help you succeed in your career. Self-reflection will play an important role in developing your counselling skills. With this in mind, paying close attention to which skills you have mastered and...
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Addressing Anger in Relationships: A Brief Guide for Your Career as a Counsellor

While many people try to suppress anger, it’s actually a natural human emotion that can be healthy to express in the right ways. If you’re pursuing a counsellor therapist career, then you may encounter clients who struggle with excessive anger or expressing their anger in unhealthy ways within...
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