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She volunteers as an online peer counselor for Maryland residents who have tested positive.

My energy wasn’t placed on schoolwork, but on what my parents and school counselors glibly called “extra curriculars.”

Many children, worried that their parents may overhear them talking about their problems to counselors, have used the texting service.

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Elrich said he “would rather not” have a permanent police presence in schools and would like to hire more counselors and therapists.

She told the paper her primary purpose is her work as a counselor, and she hopes her people skills will transfer as a Council member.

Mariame protests, and tells the guidance counselor that she does not understand.

She must leave the banlieue, just as she insists to the school counselor, that she must go to high school.

She begs the guidance counselor to let her advance to high school.

If you identify with two or more of the following traits, you may want to seek out a nutritionist or counselor, according to Dunn.

Caroline Trimm, a nurse counselor at Greenwich House in the SoHo district of Manhattan, seems to have the opposite view.

Hast thou no king in thee, or is thy counselor perished, because sorrow hath taken thee as a woman in labour.

On the following day she told him that I was the widow of a counselor, who, being poor, lived in retirement.

The well-educated woman physician should be the friend and counselor of the mother during this anxious period.

He was made baron, and became, next to Kaunitz, the most influential counselor of the empress.

Sakkataka or Sasachatoko was at one time chief counselor of the Sachem of the tribe.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to counselor, such as: advocate, instructor, mentor, teacher, attorney, and counsel.

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