Phylosophy info on humanities
Professor Tom Snook
January 23, 2003
Counseling and Therapy
The human need for counseling was born as a result of unwanted behavior displayed by certain members of society. The realization that anxiety often sets in when discomfort or fear appear to take over most of one's thought process incurrs a true need for therapy.
A counselor utilizes a number of methods aimed at identifying and correcting distorted thinking patterns that may be troublesome, self-defeating, or even self-destructive. The goal is to replace such thoughts with a more balanced view tha…
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