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Difference between a Counsellor, Psychologist and Psychiatrist
A Counsellor is someone whose job is to give people advice and help them with problems. So anyone who provides counselling, regardless of training, can use this title.
Psychologists are “concerned with the study and management of human behaviour.” They usually specialize in one area, e.g., counselling/clinical practice, school psychology, or forensic work.
Psychiatrists, on the other hand, are physicians (medical doctors) who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness and emotional disorders. While they may provide counselling just like psychologists, their treatment approaches are usually more biologically based; for instance, they may prescribe medication.
What is counselling?
Counselling is a process of Help or assistance provided by a trained Counsellor to an individual facing a problem, by making her / him understand her/his Assets and Liabilities, the situation in which she/he is placed, and arrive at some decision or solution.
The British Association for Counselling (BAC), now the BACP, may have been the first Professional association to adopt a definition of professional counselling. In 1986 it published the following definition:
“Counselling is the skilled and principled use of relationship to facilitate Self- knowledge, emotional acceptance, growth and the optimal development of personal resources. The overall aim is to provide an opportunity to work towards living more satisfyingly and resourcefully. Counselling relationships will vary according to need but may be concerned with developmental issues, addressing and resolving specific problems, making decisions, coping with crisis, developing personal insights and knowledge, working through feelings of inner conflict or improving relationships with others”
Who can be benefited from counselling?
Individuals seeking counselling usually face abnormal developmental and life concerns. Problems with managing stress, depression, anxiety, relationship/family problems, grief and loss, identity concerns, poor self-esteem, and loneliness are some of the reasons for which people choose to engage in the counselling process. School, College & University students seek counselling for the above reasons along with more population-specific concerns such as homesickness, adjustment to university, career indecision, test anxiety, academic pressures, and difficulties balancing school /work/ home life.
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