Psychosocial Counselling

Transactional analysis and systems theory as a successful network today can in psychotherapy – and consulting world be determined increasingly unilateral methodological practices, based only on a model approach. This study shows that there is no ideal consulting, but that a wide range of perspectives to new possibilities of orientation contributes and broadens the horizons in the dealings between consultant and client. Future prospects of psychosocial counselling, but also a tendency towards change to a picture of consulting as a networked model shows in terms of a greater integration of different consulting concepts. The work appeals to the importance of non-verbal communication and the greater involvement of feelings, not only in consultation, but also in the social environment. Emotions play a central role in the life of a human introduction. You representing embodied information and signals that tell us whether we should do or avoid.

Man is only able through feelings rational decisions to meet and participate actively in its environment. Unfortunately the empirical research landscape has significant lack of information about this topic, perhaps, because feelings are not measurable and can be interpreted too subjective. You fall in the world of the postmodern age of technology. It is what they mean and how to deal with them in the dark about. Feelings can be used not only real, but also distorts and alienated its original purpose. Transactional analysis, which identifies a communication theory and a psychotherapeutic techniques derived from it, was founded in the 1950s by a Canadian psychiatrist Eric Berne and expanded. This psychotherapeutic method deals with fake emotions of a client and defines these as spare feelings. The core of my thesis is the identification and Advisory dealing with spare feelings in psycho-social counselling. The guide is based on the Function of emotions in human life and in the Advisory context, more precisely in the dialog between consultant and client.