Definition of 'counsellor'
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Getting support to think and talk things through with a counsellor might give you ways to turn things round. The Sun (2016)A counsellor can help you both listen and talk. The Sun (2016)Cheaper than a marriage counsellor. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tell her a counsellor can help her much better. The Sun (2015)Seeing a bereavement counsellor would give her an unbiased and confidential outlet. The Sun (2012)You need to be prepared to act as a personal counsellor. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Talk to a bereavement counsellor to deal with unhappy memories of your relationship with your mum. The Sun (2015)First to appear is one of the counsellors who answers the phone when prospective patients initially call. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My father was a computer programmer and my mother a marriage guidance counsellor. Times, Sunday Times (2008)GPs and counsellors would need to be involved. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Talking to a counsellor will help you free yourself from the past. The Sun (2014)Each prisoner spends an hour each week with a personal counsellor. The Prisons We Deserve (1994)Talk to a bereavement counsellor rather than relying on your ex. The Sun (2013)Go and see the counsellor alone if need be. The Sun (2014)Talking to a counsellor can help you untangle the past and move on. The Sun (2013)This made her figure that training as a marriage counsellor would guarantee her some employment once her schooling was through. In God's Country: travels in the Bible belt, USA. (1989)There were no advisers or counsellors. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You can also get support and understanding from a young person 's counsellor. The Sun (2006)Don't try to be a counsellor or adviser within the family. The Sun (2012)Listening to others can spark aspects of the counsellor's own personal growth. Growing Through Loss and Grief (1994)Talking to an experienced counsellor is crucial in reassuring us that it is not strange or unusual to feel the way that we do. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I ended up seeing a counsellor just to deal with the guilt. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Tell the whole story to a young person 's counsellor who can help you sort this out the right way. The Sun (2009)I suggest that you see the university counsellor and just think through your own feelings about this tough time. Times, Sunday Times (2007)An occupational health nurse, welfare officer or specialized counsellor are the sort of people well placed to deal with this area. Personnel Management: A New Approach (1991)Penny, the experienced counsellor who came to assess his needs, decided to take on his case herself. Times, Sunday Times (2012)As an experienced marriage guidance counsellor, I know these things. The Sun (2009)
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British English: counsellor NOUN
A counselor is someone whose job is to give people advice and help them with problems.
Children who have suffered like this should see a counsellor experienced in bereavement.
Definition of counsellor from the Collins English Dictionary
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