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Synonyms for counsel

Synonyms for counsel

an exchange of views in an attempt to reach a decision

an opinion as to a decision or course of action

a person who practices law

one who advises another, especially officially or professionally

to give recommendations to (someone) about a decision or course of action

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AKO could establish a system for the counseled to anonymously provide frank feedback on the value of the counseling session in efforts to improve the overall Army system.
Providers also described how they typically assessed risk and counseled clients about contraceptives, their perception of the strengths and limitations of different contraceptives, and their views on dual-protection approaches.
The auditor also helped research current SEC practices and counseled us on related matters.
Unless African American male adolescents are taught and counseled in some radically different ways, an inordinate number of these young men will remain trapped in a social and economic caste system that severely limits their job prospects, curtails economic prosperity, and impedes overall quality of life (Patton & Day-Vines, 2004).
Questionnaire responses revealed that the large majority of physicians (74-88%) usually counseled 15-25-year-old patients about STD transmission and prevention, and asked them about their sexual activity, condom use and STD history.