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Here are the top 5 Benefits of the counseling!!!
Counseling is the first step to resolve difficulties, with new strategies, and collective wisdom!
An empathetic respectful objective counselor can really help to bring sea change in the quality of our life as friends and family can be biased in our favor hence objective perceptions may be difficult and hence real help may still delude.
Discussing with someone who cares and is not judgmental helps release the pressure and stress which builds up when we keep thoughts and feelings to ourselves.
It makes us aware of our behavior patterns and provides new ways of looking, understanding and handling problems. It brings forth our suppressed concerns and worries and alleviates the associated pain. Helps us to make better decisions.
To be able to ask for help is sign of maturity & strength. It is a step to take control of our thoughts feelings behaviors and hence the quality of life.
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The contents of counseling are subject to strict confidentiality and privacy unless an individual reports that s/he is considering hurting him/herself or others, if there is an indication of child abuse or neglect, or a court order.
The counselor’s role is to help one explore feelings, thoughts, and concerns; to examine the options and to assist in achieving the goals one has set.
In fact, according to the Surgeon General, roughly 20% of children in a country like United States suffer from some sort of mental illness each year.
Children can experience the same mental and emotional problems that adults do, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and grief. Symptoms of these disorders may manifest themselves differently in children, though. For instance, instead of becoming quiet and sullen, a child suffering from a mental disorder such as depression might have emotional outbursts or exhibit behavioral problems.
There may be a number of causes for mental and emotional problems in children. These may include such things as meeting new people, divorce, death of a loved one, abuse, poverty, trouble in school, and trouble with peers. There is also evidence that some mental disorders are hereditary and caused by genetic factors.