Why Do Clients Stay in Counselling: A Comparative Analysis of Why Clients Stay for a Short or Long Time Using CSVR's Psychosocial Services

Why Do Clients Stay in Counselling: A Comparative Analysis of Why Clients Stay for a Short or Long Time Using CSVR's Psychosocial Services

The Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) has long offered counselling services to ex-combatants and victims of torture. This paper attempts to understand whether or not there is a difference between clients who stay for medium to long term counselling (19 sessions or more) and those who are considered to be early leavers (clients who have two sessions or less) so that we can understand how best to intervene.

 

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Dominique Dix-Peek
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Dominique Dix-Peek is the Knowledge and Learning Manager at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR).

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