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Part II: Setting the Stage > The Right Approach

Chapter 15. The Right Approach

Counseling meetings usually get started in one of two ways. First is when someone who has a problem comes to you. Second is when you must intervene and set up the meeting yourself.

VOLUNTARY MEETINGS. When someone respects you enough that they will come to you and say, “Will you help me work through a problem?” everything is going your way. Barriers are down. The counselee wants to listen. Even under these ideal conditions it remains possible to make some major mistakes. Here are two to avoid.


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