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Many say the adopted children are so manipulative that parents are seen as predators by counselors or social workers.

She trained counselors all along the East Coast and worked with patients directly.

One summer, early in their relationship, my parents took jobs as camp counselors with the city.

Re-entry programs would be quite justified in preferring black counselors; I assume they do.

At the same time, one of the counselors he saw helped him feel confident enough to ultimately come out.

Andross commission gave him the power to appoint and remove his counselors at will.

He gathers around him, as counselors and co-workers, those in whom he could place confidence.

His official counselors, equally patriotic and sincere, were not his equals in calmness of temper.

Formerly 729 each town or province was ruled by an hereditary cacique, who administered justice with four nobles as counselors.

Reuel Lanphier Howe is recognized as one of the foremost counselors in America in the field of personal relationships.


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to counselors, such as: courtroom, attorneys, barristers, bench, counsel, and court.

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