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co-counselling


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A technique of do-it-yourself counselling or psychotherapy in which people work in pairs, taking turns at playing the role of counsellor and client. It was developed in the 1950s by the US counsellor (Carl) Harvey Jackins (1916–99). US co-counseling. Also called re-evaluation counsel(l)ing. Compare co-facilitator.

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