Category Archives: Resources
Protect yourself! Before you enter your first practicum or internship, make sure you have ample liability insurance. Yes, even though you are still a student you will need it.
Relationship counseling is a broad field, and can encompass more than marriage issues. Relationship counselors often work with couples who want to adopt, parents with difficult children and children with difficult parents. But, the counseling doesn’t stop there — eldercare … Continue reading
Counselors might work in schools, clinics or in private settings, and they might specialize in specific fields such as student, family or addiction counseling. But they all look to use resources in their studies and in practice. The following 40 … Continue reading
Many people get degrees in counseling in order to learn more about how they can help themselves — in addition to helping other people. This makes sense, since many of us have our own problems to deal with. Reading counseling … Continue reading
One of the best ways to help someone is to provide him or her with the tools to help themselves. Counselors know that sometimes it helps to enlist the power of positive thinking. Visualization techniques and concentration on positive outcomes … Continue reading
The African proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child”, can also pertain to communities that support individuals in the middle of divorce, parenting issues, relationship problems, depression and crisis. That’s what these top 50 Web forums are all … Continue reading