In a session of confrontation where the counsellor feels anxious and the client being confronted feels vulnerable. Clients generally have equivocal feelings. Clients sometimes aren’t sure what they are doing, because the metal state they are in and the feeling of emotional distress.
It is important if these discrepancy get resolved and if this doesn’t get solved by the counsellor the client will be trapped in this problem. It is important how the counsellor deals with the situation, if the counsellor isn’t cautious on how to confront a client, the client might feel adversely criticised and let down. The client will feel worse than before they even started the session. For example Client: ” I do not have time to study and I cannot afford the fees to study anyway. But I would really like to study because it makes me feel good. Counsellor: ” It looks like you are making excuses for it, but you know what is right for you, and you chose not to do it.