How effective is counseling? That's a great question that I think a lot of people often ask.  It can seem like just a bunch of talking and not much else perhaps. But according to G. Corey in Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotheraphy, research indicates that the "average treated client is better off than 80% of untreated comparison control subjects."

This research seems to be suggesting that counseling can be up to 81% effective for people to effect change in their life. 

Think about that! If you go to counseling, you have an 8 in 10 chance of seeing postive change! How cool is that?

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