Professional Counseling

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Professional Counseling CNLS/502 August 27, 201 Professional Counseling Counseling can be refer as a voluntary and confidential process that takes place within the context of a professional, which includes individuals, groups, or members of a family. The goal of a counselor is to listen to their patients to gain a more concrete understanding of their clients concerns. Once understanding is gained the counselor works with the client to help effectively identify the concerns the client has. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a growth for counseling jobs within the next 10 years. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the number of Employment opportunities will surpass the number of graduates especially in rural areas (Bureau of Labor Statistics, U. S. Department of Labor, [BLS] 2010). A counselor can understand that people evolve throughout their lives and constantly require assistance during their transitions. A counseling hopeful can choose different career paths if they want to become a professional counselor. Guidance and career counselors typically assist people seeking a career or vocational employments. A guidance counselor works in a school setting from elementary school to a university. In, the Elementary to High school setting they provide aptitude assessments to test and evaluate students. A career counselor works outside the traditional school with individuals or a group of individuals looking for a new career or to grow in their current job. Typically they assist people with their resumes and provide them with career advice. Marriage and family therapist provide professional assistance to individuals, couples, and families facing adolescent behavioral problems. In addition, marriage and family counselors treat other mental health issues that affect the general population; for example, they work with childhood sexual abuse, panic disorders, families living with HIV, gay and lesbian youth (American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy [AAMFT] 2010). Substance abuse counselors work with individuals facing drug dependency. This is possibly the most career challenging for counselors because these individuals tend to have some type of mental difficulty and behavioral issues.

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