The Counsellor role utilizes skilled counselling techniques to provide career guidance and support to clients facing difficult situations. Counsellors incorporate therapeutic awareness and skills to build and enhance client relationships.
They are highly skilled, troubleshooters, subject matter experts, professional, and proficient.
Possess strong communication skills
Be able to define career-decision-making goals
Understand counselling assessment processes
Be able to work independently
- Possess a proficiency in assessment skills
- Possess the ability to administer and interpret psychometric assessments
- Be able to guide clients in difficult situations in making complex decisions
- Work well autonomously
- Be able to troubleshoot a variety of client situations and scenarios
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A Career Counsellor utilizes specialized counselling techniques, combined with tools and resources, to provide career guidance. They support clients facing difficult situations in making complex decisions.View Career