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    I am seeing my own consultant today and have my counsellor to see later in the week.

    Was ist hier der Unterschied?
    Authormm209 Jan 06, 12:06
    coun·sel·or also coun·sel·lor

    1. A person who gives counsel; an adviser.
    2. An attorney, especially a trial lawyer.
    3. A person who supervises young people at a summer camp.

    1: someone who has supervisory duties at a summer camp [syn: counselor] 2: some who gives advice about problems [syn: counselor] 3: a lawyer who pleads cases in court

    1. One who gives expert or professional advice.
    2. One who consults another.

    1. A physician or surgeon who does not take actual charge of a patient, but acts in an advisory capacity to the patient's primary physician.
    2. Such a member of a hospital staff who may advise the attending physician or surgeon.

    1. an expert who gives advice; "an adviser helped students select their courses"; "the United States sent military advisors to Guatemala.
    I personally see the difference like this: A consultant deals with taxes, medicine, etc. and a counselor deals with people, children, etc.

    #1Authormiamibremen09 Jan 06, 13:31
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