counselor

listen to the pronunciation of counselor
Englisch - Türkisch
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bkz.counsellor
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bir elçilikte elçiden sonra gelen dışişleri memuru
{i} müşavir
{i} elçiden sonraki diplomat
{i} danışman

Bir danışmanla konuşmak istemiyorum. - I don't want to talk to a counselor.

Tom bir kamp danışmanı olarak gönüllü olur. - Tom volunteers as a camp counselor.

dava vekili
{i} k.dili. kurul üyesi, komisyon üyesi; konsey üyesi
{i} avukat
{i} yaz kampı idarecisi
rehber

Rehber öğretmeniniz kim? - Who's your guidance counselor?

counselor at law
avukat
counselor at law
dava vekili
counsellor
danışman

Korku kötü bir danışmandır. - Fear is a bad counsellor.

guidance counselor
rehber öğretmen
counsellor
avukat
counselors
(Eğitim) rehberler
job counselor
İş danışmanı, meslekî danışman
marriage counselor
evlilik danışmanı
marriage guidance counselor
Evlilik danışmanı
counsellor
{i} müşavir
counsellor
yaz kampı idarecisi
counsellor
elçiden sonraki diplomat
counsellor
avukat/danışman
separation counselor
(Askeri) TERHİS VE AYIRMA DANIŞMANI: Şahsi temas, aydınlatma ve kayıtları hazırlama suretiyle, askeri personelin hizmetten ayrılmasına yardım eden subay ve erat sınıfına mensup, ehliyet dereceli personel
Englisch - Englisch
a high ranking diplomat, usually just below an ambassador or minister
a children's supervisor, usually at camp
a licensed and professionally trained counselor
A professional who counsels people, especially on personal problems
a counselor, counsellor, counselor-at-law or counsellor-at-law is an attorney
a school counselor, often in a specialty such as careers, education, or health
One who counsels; an adviser
] One whose profession is to give advice in law, and manage causes for clients in court; a barrister
A mental health professional, such as a social worker, marriage and family counselor, or psychiatric nurse clinician who can give counseling and therapy to change behavior
[See under Consilor
An individual from a community church trained to assist those who respond to the evangelist's invitation at the meetings Counselors seek to clarify the inquirer's decision and obtain information which channels the inquirer into the meeting's follow-up process for further nurture Counselors are approved to work in specific areas, such as with children, the disabled, adults, or among other specialized groups With the television broadcast of meetings, viewers are encouraged to respond to the evangelist's message by calling a telephone counselor
some who gives advice about problems someone who has supervisory duties at a summer camp
someone who has supervisory duties at a summer camp
some who gives advice about problems
a childrens supervisor, usually at camp
A member of council; one appointed to advise a sovereign or chief magistrate
The Counseling Office at each campus has counselors available to help students with personal problems, academic problems, program changes, withdrawals, goal setting and interest testing
An individual appointed by the Universal House of Justice to advise, assist, and instruct Bahá'ís, Bahá'í communities, and Bahá'í institutions Counselors have no formal authority but are highly respected They are appointed to five-year terms They oversee the activities of the Auxiliary Board members, who have similar responsibilities, but for smaller regions
a lawyer who pleads cases in court
{i} person who advises, person who offers counsel; lawyer, advocate; supervisor; person whose duties are to supervise at a summer camp
advisor, as in: You need a letter from your guidance counselor for your scholarship application
A licensed professional counselor under Title 54, Chapter 34, Idaho Code, or any individual holding a masters degree in counseling from an approved college or university and who also has specialized training, education, or experience in the treatment of persons with problems related to alcohol/drug use
general term for someone who provides professional help in coping with life issues such as emotional and relationship difficulties; sometimes used interchangeably with "therapist"
counsellor
Alternative spelling of counselor
school counselor
A professional member of an educational team who assists students in their personal, social, academic, and career development aspects of education through services such as individual counseling, small group counseling, and classroom teaching, and provide leadership in educational reform (advocacy); traditionally known as a guidance counselor, although this term is deemed inaccurate by most professionals today
counsellor
{n} one who gives advice, a friend
career counselor
a careers officer
counsellor
{i} (British spelling for counselor) person who advises, person who offers counsel
counsellor
a lawyer who pleads cases in court
counsellor
some who gives advice about problems
counsellor
someone who has supervisory duties at a summer camp
counsellor
coun·sel·lor counsellors in AM, use counselor A counsellor is a person whose job is to give advice to people who need it, especially advice on their personal problems. someone whose job is to help and support people with problems
counsellor
Commonwealth English spelling of counselor
counsellors
plural of counsellor
counselors
Specialists in learning who help individual students with academic or personal problems that interfere with learning In North American institutions the term "advisor" is more commonly used Quite often course instructors are required to provide advising
counselors
Specialists in learning who help individual students with academic or personal problems that interfere with learning
counselors
plural of counselor
counselorship
The function and rank or office of a counselor
counselorship
the position of counselor
educational counselor
one who provides educational counseling, one who offers guidance about educational options
guidance counselor
guid·ance coun·se·lor guidance counselors in BRIT, use guidance counsellor A guidance counselor is a person who works in a school giving students advice about careers and personal problems
counselor
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