counselling vs counseling

counselling counseling

Definitions

  • 1) something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action
  • 2) Alternative spelling of counseling.

Definitions

  • 1) assistance (especially from a professional) in the resolution of personal difficulties
  • 2) direction or advice as to a decision or course of action.
  • 3) something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action
  • 4) Present participle of counsel.

Examples

  • 1) You registered for marital counselling...' `011... Yes... I'm sorry... Yes.
  • 2) And please don't tell me to get marriage guidance counselling because she flatly refuses to go.
  • 3) ‘The first offers career guidance and counselling, psychometric assessments and an education programme.’
  • 4) ‘In another condition, women received both standard counseling and cognitive behavioral therapy.’
  • 5) ‘To accomplish this, he pressed for nongraded classes, open education, greater flexibility in programming, and personal counselling.’
  • 6) ‘It combines group therapy, one-to-one counselling and personal assignment work.’
  • 7) ‘Short-term psycho-educational counseling will assist couples in planning emotional time together.’
  • 8) ‘Civic leaders called upon citizens to go to their houses of worship and to seek psychological counseling.’
  • 9) ‘Yet he did not, according to his testimony, seek professional counseling or guidance after it occurred.’
  • 10) ‘There must also be provision of legal, medical and psychological counselling and adequate social services for the victims.’
  • 11) ‘Psychologists also offer on-site counseling and education services relating to such topics as depression, substance abuse and trauma.’
  • 12) ‘He was one of the pioneers in school counseling, dedicated to helping young people get a constructive start in life.’
  • 13) ‘There are many times that therapy or counseling is exactly what's needed in any effective program of self help.’
  • 14) ‘She says that they finally admitted that they did not have all the answers and sought professional business and personal counseling.’
  • 15) ‘Yet we know that it can be learned and that people can become more resilient as a result of counseling and therapy.’
  • 16) ‘The network places much emphasis on psychosocial counseling and training of counselors is a core activity of the network.’
  • 17) ‘I still have a long way to go and with the assistance of professional counseling there is hope that I will recover and begin again to rebuild my life.’
  • 18) ‘Most recovery approaches include concurrent psychological treatment or counselling to assist patients in their recovery.’
  • 19) ‘Therapeutic modalities included individual counseling, process-oriented group therapy and case management.’
  • 20) ‘Mediators do not practice law (in their role as mediators) and they do not provide counseling or therapy.’
  • 21) ‘A family physician can often help, or grief counseling or therapy may be appropriate.’
  • 22) ‘I suggest psychological counselling and therapy for possible recovering of her memory, and dealing with this situation.’

Examples

  • 1) There has been no budget provision for psychological, psychiatric, and genetic counseling of donors.
  • 2) Require marriage counseling before a divorce filing is accepted.
  • 3) In counseling, they receive information on several options.
  • 4) If you want to look into counseling organizations, seek a nonprofit one.
  • 5) Schools provide food, medical care, counseling and taxi service if needed.
  • 6) She also provides individual counseling for students in crisis.
  • 7) Field counseling services are also available.
  • 8) To ease such transitions, universities increasingly provide various forms of career counseling to science students and postdocs.
  • 9) ‘The first offers career guidance and counselling, psychometric assessments and an education programme.’
  • 10) ‘In another condition, women received both standard counseling and cognitive behavioral therapy.’
  • 11) ‘To accomplish this, he pressed for nongraded classes, open education, greater flexibility in programming, and personal counselling.’
  • 12) ‘It combines group therapy, one-to-one counselling and personal assignment work.’
  • 13) ‘Short-term psycho-educational counseling will assist couples in planning emotional time together.’
  • 14) ‘Civic leaders called upon citizens to go to their houses of worship and to seek psychological counseling.’
  • 15) ‘Yet he did not, according to his testimony, seek professional counseling or guidance after it occurred.’
  • 16) ‘There must also be provision of legal, medical and psychological counselling and adequate social services for the victims.’
  • 17) ‘Psychologists also offer on-site counseling and education services relating to such topics as depression, substance abuse and trauma.’
  • 18) ‘He was one of the pioneers in school counseling, dedicated to helping young people get a constructive start in life.’
  • 19) ‘There are many times that therapy or counseling is exactly what's needed in any effective program of self help.’
  • 20) ‘She says that they finally admitted that they did not have all the answers and sought professional business and personal counseling.’
  • 21) ‘Yet we know that it can be learned and that people can become more resilient as a result of counseling and therapy.’
  • 22) ‘The network places much emphasis on psychosocial counseling and training of counselors is a core activity of the network.’
  • 23) ‘I still have a long way to go and with the assistance of professional counseling there is hope that I will recover and begin again to rebuild my life.’
  • 24) ‘Most recovery approaches include concurrent psychological treatment or counselling to assist patients in their recovery.’
  • 25) ‘Therapeutic modalities included individual counseling, process-oriented group therapy and case management.’
  • 26) ‘Mediators do not practice law (in their role as mediators) and they do not provide counseling or therapy.’
  • 27) ‘A family physician can often help, or grief counseling or therapy may be appropriate.’
  • 28) ‘I suggest psychological counselling and therapy for possible recovering of her memory, and dealing with this situation.’
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