Therapeutic skills and practice

It is not meant to create differences among people and it does not draw comparisons based on class or money. It is a humanistic process, and deals with humans as such.
“Counseling may deal with one can learn about depression, phobias, anxiety, obsession, attention deficit, learning disability, and a host of other related issues. there are also sections on behaviour therapy, children and adolescents, couples, biofeedback, and many more” (Richards, 2000). After duly understanding theories, the most important part is to relate with the application of the same. It shall be most pertinent for her to convert the theoretical knowledge learnt from the models, to be able to link it in real-time, with the symptoms and actions presented by people in actuality.
The important thing to note here is that, it is not possible simply by giving state-of-the art medicines to generate a healthy relationship with the client. This relationship is crucial for the psychological healing and intrinsic motivation of the client. When a person learns to communicate in an effective manner, it is only then that a much needed liaison is made between the two parties, and an environment of trust is created. This then gives rise to a therapeutic setting that is most conducive to the cause of the treatment.
The psychoanalytic theory presented by Freud and the Behaviourist one, presented by Watson, form the basis of understanding personality in humans. Speaking as a whole, the former focuses largely on the processes that are hidden and away from the naked eye. ideas, concepts and cognitive processes that shape personality are essentially considered to be away from conscious control. Whereas, the latter supports analyzing personality ‘at the face of things.’ It attempts to objectively qualify behaviour, not only in terms of understanding it, but also in the context of