Monday, 27 January 2014

Finding a Committed Counsellor

Finding a committed counsellor can be quite a task, I mean counsellors have hundreds of patients how much time will they dedicate to you, how much will they remember about you to be more precise? Are you just another client who pays them or are you someone who they care about and want to help. That's the real questions.

Let us look at some ways in which we can find this dedicated counsellor...
Trust your instincts:

When you meet someone you will sub consciously pick up on how interested they are in you. It's not something tangible we can think through more of just a feeling that we are not quite getting the full attention or care from our counsellor. An extrovert will be able to pick this up a lot quicker than an introvert who will not trust these instincts. A bit of advice, trust them!

Get a review:

You may not want to broadcast your going to a counsellor to the whole world but you may want to confide in a close friend or family member who has used a counsellor before and they may give you an excellent recommendation and these are usually the best counsellors. The ones people recommend. 

Do some research:

Don't just call the first website you find with counselling services. Do some research. Check out their social media. Find out about your counsellors after all they will be listening to your inner most secrets and helping you through traumatic experiences so it is best to learn absolutely everything you can.