The Counseling and Family Therapy Review.
And, below is an example of a “philosophy of…” counseling philosophy. This kind of approach to counseling philosophy is real but inadequate, that is, merely sufficient to subjective material but not to counseling itself.
Hence the need to counsel philosophy itself. So when we propose a philosophy of counseling (below) we actually know what exactly we are doing, truly.
For sure, the philosophy’s of doing counseling a real and useful, though, and interesting to boot…