Compare and Contrast
In differentiating between market structures one has to compare and contrast public goods, private goods, common resources, and natural monopolies. All of these are major factors that need to be considered.
Public goods are those goods in which all of society benefit from and are equally shared among everyone within. These types of goods can be consumed simultaneously by several individuals without diminishing the value of consumption to any individual. The act of public goods being consumed by several individuals and not allow its value to diminish is known as non-rivalry. When shown graphically, non-rivalry shows that when each of the individuals within society shows a demand for a certain …show more content…
Although the ultimate aim of any teacher, be it someone who is new to the job, or been teaching for years, is to make a difference to their student.
Compare and contrast the different ways person-centred and psychodynamic approaches to counselling
In this essay I will compare and contrast person-centred counselling and psychodynamic counselling and how the relationship between counsellor and client works in both theories. I will do this by explaining what person-centred counselling means to me than what psychodynamic counselling means to me , then I will compare the two then I will contrast the two, I will go on to explain the different types of relationships the counsellor and the client have and I will finishes of by summarizing what I have written.
The person-centred approach was developed by psychologist Dr Carl Rogers (1902-1987) who proposed new humanistic ideas for counselling.*
In my view person-centred counselling is that the counsellor creates a safe, calm environment where the client doesn’t feel threatened physically or psychologically the counsellor sits on the same level as the client with no desk or anything in-between they don’t want to come across or appear to be a figure of authority. The counsellor will have a good understanding of themselves they will be honest and open and not hide behind a mask, they completely accept everything about the client they will not judge and they will give the client the