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co-counselling n.

co-counselling n.

CONROY, Charles O’Neill (1871 - 1946), General Counsel and Director Reid Newfoundland Co., Ltd

MARSHALL, Duncan M’Lean (1872 - 1946), Member of Senate of Canada since 1938; Agricultural Counsel, Cockfield Brown and Co., Toronto, Canada; Member, National Live Stock Records Executive

McSWEENY, George (1865 - 1923), KC 1911; HM Third Serjeant-at-Law in Ireland, 1913; Second Serjeant since 1919; Crown Counsel for Co. Cork

CASH, Gerald (Christopher) (1917 - 2003), JP; Governor-General, Commonwealth of the Bahamas, 1979–88 (Acting Governor-General, 1976–79); Consultant Counsel, Cash, Fountain & Co., Nassau, since 1989

Prosecutor v Blagojević (Vidoje) and Jokić (Dragan), Decision on independent counsel for Vidoje Blagojević's motion to instruct the Registrar to appoint new lead and co-counsel, Case No IT-02-60-T, ICL 539 (ICTY 2003), 3rd July 2003, Trial Chamber I (ICTY)

McCUTCHEON, (Malcolm) Wallace (1906 - 1969), QC (Can.); Senator, Government of Canada, since 1962; Chairman of Board, National Life Assurance Co. of Canada; Director: Canadian Enterprise Development Corp. Ltd; Longmans Canada Ltd; Montreal Trust Co.; Glens Falls Insurance Co.; Counsel, Shibley, Righton, Scane & McCutcheon, Toronto

Foča, Prosecutor v Kunarac (Dragoljub) and ors, Decision on the request of the accused Radomir Kovač to allow Mr Milan Vujin to appear as co-counsel acting pro bono, Case No IT-96-23-T, Case No IT-96-23/1-T, ICL 309 (ICTY 2000), 14th March 2000, Trial Chamber II (ICTY)

MICHENER, (Daniel) Roland (1900 - 1991), Royal Victorian Chain, 1973; PC (Canada) 1962; QC (Canada); Governor-General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada, 1967–January 1974; Barrister associated as Counsel with Lang, Michener, Lash, Johnston (formerly Lang, Michener, Cranston, Farquharson & Wright), Toronto, since 1974; Chairman of Council, Duke of Edinburgh’s Fifth Commonwealth Study Conference, Canada 1980; Hon. Chairman of Board: National Trust Co., Toronto; Teck Corporation Ltd

 

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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.

Subjects: Psychology.


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