[nfbmi-talk] Rehab Counsellors

Larry D. Keeler lkeeler at comcast.net
Thu Apr 14 21:35:28 UTC 2011

Cheryl, I think that the way the state runs there buisness is part of the probblem.  The best counsellors are retired early so that they can bring in new ones that they don't have to pay as much.  Also, it seems that counsellors are getting more clients and are able to provide fewer services.  Finally, I believe in the basic masters level training classes for counsellors the trend is to become less personal with your clients.  These basic classes are intended to teach counselling but also teaching how to stay out of trouble.  For instance law suitss.  In short, the focus seems to be patch the probblem with the client because you may not always be working with them and if you say something accedently offensive even if it is useful, you could get sued.
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