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"Counselors are introspective, cooperative, directive, and attentive. They have a strong desire to contribute to the welfare of others. Counselors are gratified by helping others to develop and reach their potential.
Counselors often communicate in a personalized manner. They tend to be positive and kind when dealing with others. Counselors are good listeners and can sometimes detect a person's emotions or intentions even before the individual is aware of them. This ability to take in the emotional experiences of others, however, can lead Counselors to be hurt easily.
Counselors usually have intricate personalities and rich inner lives. They tend to understand complex issues and individuals. They are generally private people who keep their innermost thoughts and emotional reactions to themselves. This quality can make them difficult to get to know.
Counselors value harmony, which they work to maintain at home and at work. They may lose confidence, become unhappy, and even become physically ill if subjected to a hostile environment. Counselors may be crushed by too much criticism, though they may not express their feelings to others.
Counselors often work well in organizations. They tend to be good at consulting and cooperating with others, and they are concerned with the feelings of their colleagues. They strive to make an organization run smoothly and pleasantly. Counselors can act as a barometer of the morale within an organization.
Counselors are happy doing jobs that require solitude and close attention. They often prefer to work on a one-on-one basis with others, or to work intensely with people close to them. Counselors usually prefer exerting their influence behind the scenes rather than seeking out a visible leadership position. They enjoy developing a personal rapport with coworkers but may be uncomfortable if the relationship is superficial. In environments that require frequent interaction with others, Counselors need quiet time to reflect and re-energize." - Wikipedia