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"Personal skills counselling" - June 18th 2012, 07:43 AM

Okay, so, as part of my sentence, the judge who sentenced me has ordered me to undergo "personal skills counselling". This means nothing to me but sounds suspiciously like something DBT related.

Two questions: One, what the heck is it?
Two: If I'm currently involved in mental health services, does a court order usually over-ride that? Does anybody know?
   
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Re: "Personal skills counselling" - June 21st 2012, 01:58 AM

I had no idea but I was curious so I found this: http://www.thecounsellorsguide.co.uk...knowledge.html and if you scroll down to personal skills it explains what they are so counselling is probably to help you learn some of that stuff. As for the second question I have no idea but don't you have someone that works with you on the case or you can go to for questions relating to you sentence? Sorry if I wasn't much of a help! But things are different in every country.


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