Self-Vulnerability In Counseling Literature Review

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The authors emphasize the need to strengthen self-sustainability (viability) and minimizing vulnerability as professional psychologists and students of psychological faculties.
Key highlights four factors that have the potential to become the basis for a psychologist in the counseling, but also can be a source of serious ethical errors (6, p.7):
1) The desire and the desire to help people is a key motivation when choosing the profession of psychologist.
But this desire, leading to excessive involvement in the process, may be the result of departing from the scope of professional interaction and violation of borders, as an example, an agreement to favor the client a small amount of money or consent to an invitation to a personal meeting with a client.
2) Having the knowledge, skills and
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R. May notes that there is any problem of personality is a moral issue, that is, each person has a problem of its moral implications.
Frequently asked in counseling and psychotherapy - "How should I live?" - is the essence of all moral systems. Then there is the second question of the degree of their own consultation process, of the nature and extent of the discussion of values Values consultant who participate in the process of counseling. If the answer to the first question is the problem or the consequence of mental and spiritual sickness client, but not as a subject of morality, the two versions of the extreme positions (8, p.83) may exist on the second question.
One assumes that the consultant is objective, value - neutral and does not contribute to the consultative process their life values and the system of philosophy. He needs to be focused on customer value.
The most important factor that ensures the effectiveness of the consultative communication system is a psychologist-counselor values, implying during counselling are not borrowing a certain position on moral and value

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