councilor vs counselor

councilor counselor

Definitions

  • 1) US Member of a council, especially a city council, as a gender-free term replacing councilman and councilwoman.
  • 2) A member of a council, as one convened to advise a governor.
  • 3) A member of a council.
  • 4) One who gives counsel or advice.
  • 5) A member of a council; specifically, a member of a common council or of the British Privy Council. See council.

Definitions

  • 1) education A school counselor, often in a specialty such as careers, education, or health.
  • 2) A licensed and professionally trained counselor.
  • 3) leisure A children’s supervisor, usually at camp.
  • 4) A professional who counsels people, especially on personal problems.
  • 5) politics A high ranking diplomat, usually just below an ambassador or minister.
  • 6) law A counselor, counsellor, counselor-at-law or counsellor-at-law is an attorney.
  • 7) An attorney, especially a trial lawyer.
  • 8) A person who gives counsel; an adviser.
  • 9) A person who supervises young people at a summer camp.
  • 10) One who counsels; an adviser.
  • 11) someone who has supervisory duties at a summer camp.
  • 12) One whose profession is to give advice in law, and manage causes for clients in court; a barrister.
  • 13) A member of council; one appointed to advise a sovereign or chief magistrate. [See under Consilor.]
  • 14) a lawyer who pleads cases in court
  • 15) someone who gives advice about problems
  • 16) someone who has supervisory duties at a summer camp
  • 17) A counseling lawyer; a barrister; specifically, in some of the United States, an attorney admitted to practise in all the courts: called distinctively a counselor at law.
  • 18) Same as councilor, but properly a different word, the two being confused. See councilor.
  • 19) Any person who gives counsel or advice; an adviser: as, in Great Britain the peers of the realm are hereditary counselors of the crown.

Examples

  • 1) Ross, a seven-term councilor, said he is running on a platform of fiscal responsibility and his longtime involvement in city and business affairs.
  • 2) Ward 4's Bruce Duarte Jr., another first-term councilor, strikes a good balance between neighborhood and citywide issues, a necessity for a councilor who represents downtown and the waterfront.
  • 3) The seven-term councilor, a retired probation officer, hardly screams out fresh, vital leadership.
  • 4) Reid must resign the seat upon being sworn in as a councilor, which is scheduled for tonight's Council meeting -- to which I am headed now.
  • 5) Showing a weakness like that in front of a councilor was a good way to get assigned to Outer Mongolia.
  • 6) NASH: He was escorted by his father, Clifford (ph), who is a local councilor, which is a local politician here from Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
  • 7) Rick Westcott replies with his reasons for starting Tulsans for Election Integrity and fighting recall, saying that recalling a councilor because of the way he votes is an offense against representative democracy and is wrong.
  • 8) The councilor was a well-preserved man of about fifty, of good height, dressed in a well-made gray traveling suit, with a light gray silk tie adorned with a pin of black pearl.
  • 9) The councilor was a friend of nature, nature was something quite special, nature was one of the finest ornaments of existence.
  • 10) ‘Municipal councilors, government employees and the general public then paraded around town to welcome in the Thai New Year.’
  • 11) ‘The allegation later turned out to be manufactured by members of the city councilor's staff.’
  • 12) ‘Tenants will sit side by side with councillors and independent members on the boards.’
  • 13) ‘In order to affect city government one had to persuade powerful city councilors who headed up committees.’
  • 14) ‘We are asking for support from the public and local councilors to oppose the cuts.’
  • 15) ‘If the member wants to do that, he can go and see the councillors and have a chat to them.’
  • 16) ‘Many councillors work long hours and may spend twenty hours or more a week on council duties.’
  • 17) ‘Parents have got to get together and turn our fire on the councillors and the employers.’
  • 18) ‘So we put in for a national deal and now the same councillors are saying it has to be done locally.’
  • 19) ‘Could it be that they have a councillor or senior council officer in their midst?’
  • 20) ‘Since he first went on the council he had worked with many councilors of different political persuasions and he had to say he got on with all of them.’
  • 21) ‘Cooperation is requested from all councilors for the final council resolution.’
  • 22) ‘Each one is made up of a committee of councillors from the wards in that area.’
  • 23) ‘If this were to be carried out for all councillors, then our council chambers would be empty.’
  • 24) ‘Therefore councillors get paid what government decrees and have no say in the matter.’
  • 25) ‘It is no secret that some district councillors had little or no time for the new town council.’
  • 26) ‘Over half the elected councillors are new to the county council and can lead a fresh start.’
  • 27) ‘A councillor has donated a hand bell to a new town council in memory of his wife.’
  • 28) ‘The council officers and the planning councillors are to be congratulated on it.’
  • 29) ‘It said the councillor was not seeking to mislead other members or act in a devious manner.’

Examples

  • 1) He was a counselor, court-appointed or self-appointed, I don't know which, for Jason Bierman.
  • 2) “He’s the sort of lawyer who takes the term counselor to heart.”
  • 3) However, a guidance counselor is a sort of a throwaway character, so I needed something memorable without taking up a lot of lines, because the page count was pretty tight.
  • 4) Rob suggested it might be nice to have some campus celebrities appear -- our SGA student body president, a counselor from the counseling center, some professors, the head of the LGBT center on campus, even the President of the College.
  • 5) A veteran youth counselor is suing a California children's home after she was suspended without pay because teenagers under her supervision overheard Christian music.
  • 6) Forty entrepreneurs walk in, and each takes a seat at a small table where a business counselor is waiting.
  • 7) I called a counselor who works with teens and made an appointment for a family meeting tomorrow at five-thirty.
  • 8) Dara, a counselor, is convinced that everyone is inescapably marked by childhood; she throws herself into romantic relationships with frightening intensity.
  • 9) Secondly, I reject the notion that the counselor is “doing her job” by preventing men from expressing their pain AS AN INTEGRAL PART of an anger management course.
  • 10) ‘Pain rehabilitation programs often employ a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, psychologists, counselors and physical therapists.’
  • 11) ‘They may not know the differences in training between psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors and social workers.’
  • 12) ‘People such as counsellors, psychologists and behavioural therapists may show you relaxation techniques and other ways to deal with stress.’
  • 13) ‘I could be a criminal psychologist, a guidance counsellor, a social worker.’
  • 14) ‘The interview was administered by substance abuse counselors or study personnel trained in interview techniques by the counselors and a clinical psychologist.’
  • 15) ‘At a time when there were far fewer social workers, guidance counselors, and psychologists, parishioners flocked to their priest in times of trouble.’
  • 16) ‘Most depressed children and teens should talk to a counselor, therapist, psychologist or psychiatrist about what is making them feel the way they are feeling.’
  • 17) ‘The findings of the present study should help psychologists, counsellors and lawyers to give useful advice to parents, highlighting a child-focused perspective.’
  • 18) ‘Dozens of psychiatrists, psychologists and counsellors moved in, and art and play therapy have been used to great effect, trauma experts said.’
  • 19) ‘Seminarians are now closely vetted and assessed by professional personnel including psychologists and counsellors.’
  • 20) ‘This tragedy has provided the impetus to hire more school counselors, psychologists, and social workers.’
  • 21) ‘A counselor or school psychologist can help identify practical solutions that make it easier for the child and family to cope day by day.’
  • 22) ‘Although the participants in this study were not therapists or counselors, this report illustrated that humor training can be conducted and evaluated empirically.’
  • 23) ‘So, talking to friends or family, or especially to professional counselors who are trained to help people process feelings, can be most beneficial.’
  • 24) ‘Most burn centres employ social workers, vocational counsellors, and psychologists as part of the multidisciplinary burn team.’
  • 25) ‘After being treated by doctors for physical injury, the victims are treated by the counsellors for psychological injury.’
  • 26) ‘Find a counselor or therapist who specializes in social skills to help you develop the abilities you seek.’
  • 27) ‘She has trained as a counsellor and psychotherapist.’
  • 28) ‘So we've actually put in place a helpline, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for people to call, where they'll get professional assistance from people who are trained counsellors.’
  • 29) ‘But in these studies the ‘talking therapy’ is applied by protocol using specially trained counsellors who are often monitored for adherence to the protocol.’
  • 30) ‘This is a heartfelt and very practical book, which includes chapters with advice for pregnancy center counselors.’
  • 31) ‘We later had a behavioral health counselor talk to him, but Jeremy said he didn't want help - he could handle things on his own.’
  • 32) ‘The 50-year-old dog trainer and behaviour counsellor has gambled her future on the venture.’
  • 33) ‘Before leaving, they would be given a friendly lecture by a trained addiction counsellor.’
  • 34) ‘Based on your income and debt, certified credit counselors will contact and negotiate with all your creditors to agree on a consolidated monthly payment amount.’
  • 35) ‘For example, making an appointment with a debt counselor, applying for a part-time job and asking for a raise are all pathways for getting on top of your finances.’
  • 36) ‘Above the seats across from where I was sitting were advertisements for wart removal cream, invisible braces, and a debt counselor.’
  • 37) ‘Ignore all the usual advice about careful writing and proofreading given by every job counselor you know.’
  • 38) ‘Guests can look forward to hot food and entertainment - offers of which would be gratefully received - as well as advice on services from experts including drugs and alcohol counsellors and housing advisers.’
  • 39) ‘Mary and the agency counselor meet each week to discuss the progress of his groups.’
  • 40) ‘‘We had our own addiction counsellor in here,’ he laughs.’
  • 41) ‘I am no bereavement counsellor, but in the last few months, I have learned a lot about ‘coping’ after my mother passed away.’
  • 42) ‘Last November, a drug and alcohol counsellor came to the centre to run a family program and provide training.’
  • 43) ‘He said: ‘If I was a bit younger I would want to become a drug and alcohol counsellor.’’
  • 44) ‘An abortive attempt at a psychology degree followed, then he jostled with the idea of becoming a drugs and drink counsellor.’
  • 45) ‘A canine behaviour counsellor, he was also brought to the programme by the Blue Cross.’
  • 46) ‘There is only one sexual assault counsellor for the region.’
  • 47) ‘As I said, you classed the support you got from the occupational health welfare counsellor as being brilliant.’
  • 48) ‘As a qualified pet bereavement counsellor I would like to help pet owners compassionately and in confidence.’
  • 49) ‘According to one bereavement counsellor, humour is often used by clients as a way of dealing with grief.’
  • 50) ‘Those with interpersonal intelligence are sensitive to others; think of diplomats and counselors as examples.’
  • 51) ‘By the end of 1983, he was back in the diplomatic service, as counsellor at the Irish embassy in London.’
  • 52) ‘I was ushered into one of the meeting rooms and met by the embassy's press counsellor.’
  • 53) ‘He is the press counselor at the Chinese embassy in Washington.’
  • 54) ‘Camps should gather specific information about each child and use that in meetings with counselors and supervisors.’
  • 55) ‘Working as a counselor at a summer camp in northern Wisconsin, he was invited to a friend's family's lake cottage.’
  • 56) ‘But when an adult supervisor and other counselors organized a tug-of-war, Allan's instincts told him to refuse to join in.’
  • 57) ‘Many of my past campers serve as counselors at my Summer Camp.’
  • 58) ‘You can give your kids a fun holiday with all kind of games, talent shows parties, movies, crafts, arts, and a world of fun under the supervision of camp carnival counselors.’
  • 59) ‘And counselors teach sportsmanship as well as sports.’
  • 60) ‘He had lined up a dream camp counselor job last June, but honors pre-calculus homework turned his summer into a headache.’
  • 61) ‘Hey, not to bust up the fun, but we have an hour to get back to camp to relieve our poor junior counselors.’
  • 62) ‘I would like you to meet some of the junior counselors.’
  • 63) ‘Many, many years ago I worked as a camp counselor at an Easter Seal camp.’
  • 64) ‘As a camp counselor working with inner-city children, I tried to imagine the life these campers live.’
  • 65) ‘There is one counselor for every three or four kids.’
  • 66) ‘You are the campers' counselor and friend, not their contemporary or peer.’
  • 67) ‘One thing is certain, if campers were being teased or being picked on, this boy is one counselor who would do something about it.’
  • 68) ‘Redirecting our focus to encompass both the camper and counselor enhances the camp experience for all involved.’
  • 69) ‘We had an excellent arts and crafts counselor who knew a great deal about pattern making and sewing.’
  • 70) ‘After so many other thrills, another counselor says she will take the kids for a walk in the forest.’
  • 71) ‘The first email I received was from my own camp counselor.’
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