The relationship between the therapist and client should be special and it should be formed to encourage the client and to open up about their deepest fears and feelings that they haven’t ever thought about
The relationship between the therapist and client should be special and it should be formed to encourage the client and to open up about their deepest fears and feelings that they haven’t ever thought about. The counsellor wants the patient to feel safe and secure and allows the client to talk about themselves if they feel like they are reliable, building that strong relationship and trust is very important to get a good outcome at the end of the session. The counsellor has to be effective not only have true intentions or showing love to people but also have a commitment to begin the during the counselling process and providing the best to gain the client’s interest.
The relationship between the counsellor and client is very crucial because the counsellor has to be dependable and be there on time when sessions are booked. During the session, the counsellor shouldn’t find faults but rather listen to the client when they talk about being scared, guilty, ashamed and so on. The counsellor then has a chance to assist them to solve their feelings. The therapist should show enthusiasm and curiosity towards the client and giving them all the attention. The Counsellor should be good at listening and letting the client open up. Good listening means seeing the clients sentiment and agreeing to their perception while supporting them regardless of how hard and unpleasant it may be.