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ERIC Number: EJ025392
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1970
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The Use of Advocacy and Confrontation in Counseling the Disadvantaged
Coffman, David
J Employment Counseling, 7, 3, 83-87, Aug '70
Middle class counselors and disadvantaged clients are alienated due to a basic difference in values. This alienation can be overcome by the counselor assuming the role of social advocate." As the counseling relationship develops, the counselor can confront the client concerning the unsolvable problems he presents as reasons for his unemployment and failure. More effective with men than with women. (Author)
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