Confidence in Counselling

Journal of Moral Education 4 (3):225-229 (1975)
Abstract: The growth of professional counselling has thrown up ethical problems because of the polarization of the client and the institution. The counsellor can be ? pig?in?the?middle?, can be but need not be. If confidence is sought for the counsellor by initial acceptance, by careful planning of the teaching tasks as well as the teaching load, and by ensuring a relationship of mutual trust between head and counsellor, the aims of the institution may be seen to be convergent with the fulfilment of the clients? needs through the agency of the counsellor
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