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WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCE OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING???: 

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCE OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING???

• Counseling : 

• Counseling A counselor is trained to be able to listen to people and to encourage them to explore their thoughts and emotions freely and openly. They will ask probing, pertinent questions that will enable the client to be able to consider things that perhaps they had never thought of before A counselor will also, through exploring, be able to help the client see things in a different perspective and to be able to come to terms with whatever is affecting them. The purpose of counseling is not to tell people how to live their lives, or what to do next, but to let people see for themselves what the options are so they can work things through themselves. Obviously, some people have issues that cannot be resolved; perhaps something has happened in their lives that they find extremely difficult to deal with, and counseling will give them strategies so that they can cope, and so that it will not have too great an adverse effect.

• Guidance: 

• Guidance Guidance, on the other hand, will do lots of things that counseling will do, but there is an extra element to it in as much as the person who is doing the guiding will advise, and guide. This means that the person doing the guidance must not have any agenda in relation to the person they are guiding, and should be completely neutral in the whole matter. Options that are available need to be explored so that the person can be sure that they are making the right decision for them.

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The guidance and counseling of students is an integral component of the educational mission of the school. Guidance and counseling services and programs promote the personal/social, educational, and career development of all students

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Both Guidance and Counseling are process used to solve problems of life. The basic difference is in the approach. - In the process of guidance, the client's problems are listened carefully and readymade solutions are provided by the expert. - in the process of counseling the client's problems are discussed and relevant information are provided in-between. In the end of the counseling process, the client himself/herself have a insight to the problem and he/she become empowered to take own decision.

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Since readymade solutions (taking decision for others) were provided in guidance, the client may or may not follow it but most often decision taken in the process of counseling are followed sincerely. The set of decisions comes out from guidance and counseling process may be same but in the first process the decision is taken by the guide where as the client take own his/her own decisions in the later process.

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Guidance is giving leadership, supervision, direction, or professional guidance for future actions. Counseling is not giving opinion, instruction or advice, it is using facilitative listening and questioning to allow the client to choose the best solution for a problem. Counseling is based on a wellness model rather than a medical model; authors such as Hershenson and Strein (1991); and Palmo , Shosh and Weikel (2001) emphasized that counselors are concerned about the client's environment with a more global view than other professionals as well as a concern that goes beyond treating dysfunction or pathology and dealing with the clients' self-awareness, personal growth, and wellness

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A common goal of Guidance and Counselling is to promote employability to support career management and personal development of social skills to reduce dropout through activation, motivation and empowerment of participants/ learners/ users Guidance and Counselling services should be based on a holistic approach, i.e. guidance and counselling regarded as a lifelong process should recognise all clients’ need focus not only on their career development and labour market integration but focus also on the social and psychological needs and deal with them in the manner appropriate to the skills, experience and role of the counsellor and the needs and wishes of the individual