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- n. assistance (especially from a professional) in the resolution of personal difficulties
- v. Present participle of counsel.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. direction or advice as to a decision or course of action.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action
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She graduated with a degree in counseling from the University of Maryland in 1988 and received a master's degree in community counseling from George Washington University in 1997.
You know, the word counseling doesn't really apply.
Nichols holds a BA in Psychology from Seton Hill University and a MEd in rehabilitation counseling from the University of Pittsburgh; she has been employed as an instructor in the social work graduate school at Syracuse University and in the social service department at Community-General Hospital, Syracuse, NY.
Genetic counseling is available for parents, patients and their extended families.
This information is vital in counseling newly-diagnosed patients and their families.
Pre-marital counseling is required in the Episcopal church.
With everything going on I feel a little nutty sometimes - thoughts are constantly wondering to this and to that and sometimes that makes my job in counseling hard.
Psychosocial counseling is now integrated in the Afghan health system thanks to Missmahl's efforts.
Actually, the end of life counseling is made available IF IT IS REQUESTED.
We know from our data that business owners involved in a long-term counseling relationship have better sales, better profits, more longevity and they can hire more workers.