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Part II: Setting the Stage > The Right Time

Chapter 13. The Right Time

To have a successful counseling session, both parties need to be relaxed and comfortable so that communication is free and easy. It is most difficult to select a time that is ideal and pressure-free for both parties. When the chips are down, the counselor should make the major adjustment. In other words, select the best time for the person being counseled because nothing will go right when the person who has the problem is on edge because the timing is wrong.


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