1 advice, judgement, direction, opinion, guidance, instruction, recommendation, exhortation, Technical par'nesis:
Your counsel has always been wise in the past.
2 consultation, discussion, deliberation, consideration:
We took counsel with the cabinet on the matter.
3 adviser or advisor, guide, counsellor; lawyer, Brit barrister; US attorney:
My counsel suggests we settle out of court.
4 advise, recommend to, suggest to, instruct; guide:
I have counselled her to pursue the matter.
group, individual | professional | proper | abortion, bereavement, business, career, debt, family, marriage guidance, retirement, stress
VERB + COUNSELLING
give sb, offer (sb), provide (sb with) | have, receive | be in need of, need
Many of the victims of the tragedy still need counselling.
COUNSELLING + NOUN
the new student counselling and guidance service
| session | skills
counselling for parents and children counselling for depression
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