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What is Counselling Psychology?

Counseling psychology is a branch of psychology that focuses on helping individuals cope with and overcome emotional, psychological, and interpersonal challenges. Counselors in this field work with clients to explore their feelings, thoughts, and behaviors, providing support, guidance, and strategies to improve mental well-being, resolve personal issues, and enhance their overall quality of life. The primary goal of counseling psychology is to facilitate personal growth, emotional well-being, and improved mental health through therapeutic interventions and client-centered approaches.

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