Draws distinction between the use of counselling skills, being aprofessional counsellor, and using professional counselling as one roleamong others, as a way of isolating the counselling content ofoutplacement consultancy. A matrix connecting five teaching strategieswith five client needs is offered to clarify the role of counselling inoutplacement work and as a possible training model for outplacementcounsellors. Counselling is viewed as an essential component of goodpractice within outplacement agencies and can be utilized to helpclients to work through their personal reactions to a number of areasconnected to jobloss.
Employee Counselling Today – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1993