co-counseling

co-counseling

Peer counseling Psychology A therapeutic philosophy that originated in the 1960s in Seattle; in a typical co-counseling session, each person has an allotted time to act as a counselee, while the peer counselor helps him/her recognize hidden or blocked emotions; once one person's allotted time ends, the roles are switched. See Encounter groups, Humanistic psychology.
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