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We all counsel others, whether we’re health and wellness professionals, supervisors, or just close friends or relatives. Learning effective client-directed counseling skills can be useful for all of us, not just the professionals. By focusing on the needs of the individual — be it your partner, employee, client, or patient — you can help them bring about their best thinking and encourage them in setting and reaching their goals. Although not intuitive, client-directed counseling skills can be learned and utilized by anyone. Whether you are a financial counselor, wellness counselor, or anything in between, learning the differences between traditional and client-directed counseling can help you help others.