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Can I send someone to see a counsellor?

Can I send someone to see a counsellor?

Wishing to send someone to counselling may be a natural response to anxiety or concern for another person. But, unless the person wishes to come to counselling of their own accord, counselling will remain mostly ineffective.

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Did your client read that Tweet?

Did your client read that Tweet?

Therapists have to market their services like any other service, but they have a duty of care to protect the confidentiality of their clients. The use of public social networks can make a therapist's ethical life tricky.

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How do I Find & Verify a Therapist?

How do I Find & Verify a Therapist?

When UK Law allows anyone (currently) to describe themselves as a therapist or a counsellor, how do you protect yourself when searching for a therapists?

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How to Find & Vet a Counsellor

How to Find & Vet a Counsellor

Tips and advice for searching for a counsellor in the UK. How do you find a safe & qualified counsellor without succumbing to an unqualified fake? This article offers advice and suggestions on finding a suitable therapist.

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I need Paperwork Completing by my Counsellor

I need Paperwork Completing by my Counsellor

Protecting the confidentiality of the client is vital in counselling work - even when the client thinks that breaking confidentiality will benefit them in some way.

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