Advice provides people with opportunities to cope with their difficulties, whatever they may be. There is a chance to listen and understand. The relationship between the consultant and the client is specific. It is based on trust and support and offers customers a place without jurisdiction. As such, it is important that there are many support and support mechanisms to ensure that the client's needs are met. These limits should be as where you get advice from face to face, online or over the phone.
The union must always be professional. This is the case, even if you have advice for years and years. Customers and advisors are not friends. This different difference allows advisors to maintain the level of objectivity that a friend must fight when you go to them with your problems. Your friend may be concerned about the results of your problem that the consultant will not have. For example, despite being supportive, your friend hopes you will share with your boyfriend as they never liked him. You can get very well with your consultant, but the relationship should always be formal. If you suddenly start meeting an outside meeting with your coffee consultant, then this limit is lost and the context is at risk.
Another border to be aware is that counseling is not about telling you what to do. Consultants work on self-awareness and help to promote change. Customers are considered experts in their own lives and able to make decisions. Counseling can help clarify these decisions and expanded views. Again, this is how a consultant can be more effective than a friend because it is so easy for a friend to give advice that might or may not be useful for your particular experience. Have you ever known someone who responds to your problems by saying "I know what you mean that happened to me", then began a totally unrelated story?
Client should always be safe in advisory. It should not be inappropriate for touch or communication that the client considers inappropriate. Based on the concept of security, you'll find consultants like starting and finishing meetings on time, as space is set for customers only, where the limits are clear.
Finally, the client is sometimes referred to another support institution. This can happen if the advisor acknowledges that the customer can get better help elsewhere or if the limit is violated. Consultants do not have all the answers and they should never pretend they do.