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Counselor
Doctor of Professional Counseling
1 What have been various findings on or before August 30, 2020 in America? Answer
2 Doctor of professional counseling: What do you have to do? Answer
3 For whom did Doctor Asif Qureshi develop these guidelines? Answer
4 Who is recipient of these facts? Answer
5 What are the issues? Answer
6 How can Doctor Asif Qureshi help them? Answer
7 What should you know about this profession? Answer
8 What are other names for this profession? Answer
9 What is the role of a stress counselor in decreasing stress of an individual? Answer
10 How does the program work? Answer
11 What is Psychology? Answer
12 What is Human Behavior? Answer
13 Why should counseling be done under the supervision of a competent medical doctor? Answer
14 What will happen if counseling is done without the supervision of a competent medical doctor?
Answer
15 What questions should a medical doctor be able to answer in the context of recommendations for counseling? Answer
16 What are the different types of counseling? Answer
17 How are life stressors public health issues? Answer
18 How should intake screening for counseling go ahead? Answer
19 What are the advantages of discussion? Answer
20 What are unhealthy coping skills? Answer
21 What are healthy coping skills? Answer
22 What academic degrees are available in counseling at these resources? Answer
23 What about accreditation and recognition of the doctor of counseling training programs displayed here? Answer
24 What is the curriculum for the Doctor of Counseling program? Answer
25 What will your Doctor of Professional Counseling degree look like upon completion? Answer
26 Where must government grants be forwarded to enhance these programs? Answer

Doctor of Professional Counseling
Stress Counselor
Counseling Services
What have been various findings on or before August 30, 2020 in America?
Accredited Doctor of Professional Counseling program.
Licensed counselor.
At the same time, clients’ issues have not been resolved.

Doctor of professional counseling: What do you have to do?
List the causes of the client’s stress.
Fix the underlying causes of the client’s stress.
Things will improve after fixing the underlying causes of stress.
You have to be a problem-solving counselor.
Supervisors of counseling centers must remind all counselors to be problem-solving counselors in coordination with case managers.

For whom did Doctor Asif Qureshi develop these guidelines?
Doctor of professional counseling
Case managers

Who is recipient of these facts?
President & CEO
Pat Nichols
Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4)
4740 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60640

What are the issues?
Improving the services at Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4).
Strengthening the employment department at C4, 5710 North Broadway,
Chicago, IL 60660, telephone 773.728.1000.
Further training of counselors and case managers at various locations of C4, including at 4740 N. Clark Street, so that they can be problem solvers.
Talking with clients is not enough.
We need problem solvers.

How can Doctor Asif Qureshi help them?
Here are further guidelines.
www.qureshiuniveristy.com/stresscounselor.html

Here are further guidelines.
www.qureshiuniveristy.com/counselingworld.html
I can guide experienced counselors, case managers, employment specialists, and many more. This is in addition to other executives. Doctor Asif Qureshi prefers to work from his home office at 5042 N. Winthrop Ave. #237, Chicago, Illinois 60640.

What should you know about this profession?
Annotation or definition.
Abilities
Area of service
Communication Skills
Duties
Department affiliation
Education
English language relevant to this profession.
Equipment/resources (tools & technology).
General abilities
Ideas
Interests
Job zone
Knowledge
Location of work
License for this profession
Meetings
Number of professionals/workers required
Number of professionals/workers required outside the state
Profession-specific abilities
Recommendations
Related occupations/professions
Remuneration
Requirement for human resources
Resources for work
Scientific Skills
Skills
Sources of additional information
Supervisor
Tasks
Tools and technology
Travel
Training program (medical residency program)
Work activities
Work context
Work credits
Work Environment
Work hours
Work styles
Work values
Annotation or definition.

What profession is been described in these guidelines?
Stress Counselor

What are other names for this profession?
Psychologist.
Counselor.

What is the role of a stress counselor in decreasing stress of an individual?
This is in the context of the stress of an individual and the role of a stress counselor.

A stress counselor identifies the causes of stress.

A stress counselor comes up with various options or suggestions to decrease the stress.

A stress counselor comes up with various options and suggestions to decrease the stress relevant to the causes of stress.

A stress counselor has to do considerable research to come up with various options and suggestions to decrease the stress.

How does the program work?
Psychology is the study of human thought, emotion and behavior.
In case you need to further enhance your abilities, more programs are available.

What is Psychology?
Psychology is the study of human thought, emotion and behavior. Someone who is trained in this discipline is called a psychologist and he or she has a variety of options from which to choose when deciding on an area of specialization. The most popular areas are clinical, counseling and school psychology.

Although trained differently, a clinical or counseling psychologist both assess individuals in order to diagnose and subsequently treat their mental, emotional and behavioral disorders. A school psychologist focuses on education-related issues. Another popular area is industrial and organizational psychology. Someone who works in this area applies psychological principles to workplace problems.

One of the most popular areas of human study contains sociology, psychology and anthropology, all of which explores human behavior from another perspective.

Human behavior refers to the range of behaviors exhibited by humans and which are influenced by culture, attitudes, emotions, values, ethics, authority, rapport, hypnosis, persuasion, coercion and genetics.

What is Human Behavior?
The capacity of mental, physical, emotional, and social activities experienced during the five stages of a human being's life - prenatal, infancy, childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. Includes the behaviors as dictated by culture, society, values, morals, ethics, and genetics.

What is the difference between counseling and clinical psychology?
Clinical and counseling psychologists undergo different training and address different problems. Counseling psychologists typically meet with patients struggling to cope with everyday stresses, while clinical psychologists work with patients diagnosed with severe psychological disorders, such as __________. In other words, counseling psychologists teach people how to manage stress properly; whereas, clinical psychologists specialize in disease treatment.

Most counseling psychologists are generalists, and clinical psychologists usually specialize. It?s possible for a counseling psychologist to specialize; however, they usually work with people struggling with general types of problems. Although clinical and counseling psychologists differ in many ways, they do occasionally work with similar types of patients, such as people overcoming or recovering from substance abuse.

Why should counseling be done under the supervision of a competent medical doctor?
Counseling is part of a treatment.
If there is no correct diagnosis, adding this part of the treatment can be harmful.

What will happen if counseling is done without the supervision of a competent medical doctor?
Counseling without supervision of a competent medical doctor can be harmful.
All counseling without supervision of competent medical doctors should be banned.

Here is a case scenario of counseling.

What seems to be the complaint or problem?
I feel stressed.
I feel angry.
I feel restless.

What causes it?
The answer to this question is essential to fix the underlying cause.
Fix the underlying cause.
There are more than 180 life stressors.
All causes of stress do not need medication or hospitalization.
Some of these issues can be fixed via Internet.
Counseling helps in stress-related issues.
Counseling can be done via Internet, telephone, fax, postal mail, or face-to-face sessions.

What do you think causes it?
What do I think causes it?


A medical doctor with a counselor will ask relevant questions and answer this question.

What questions should a medical doctor be able to answer in the context of recommendations for counseling?
The medical doctor has to answer these questions.

How long should the counseling last?
How many sessions should there be per week and what should be the duration of sessions?
What is the diagnosis?
How did the doctor reach this diagnosis?
What type of counseling does this person need?

What are the different types of counseling?
  1. Activities of everyday living counseling

  2. Adjudication of harms counseling

  3. Anger Management Counseling

  4. Academic advising

  5. Adolescent Counseling

  6. Behavioral Counseling

  7. Brief therapy

  8. Counseling for Stress and Anxiety

  9. College Counseling

  10. Crisis Counseling

  11. Crisis hotline

  12. Career counseling

  13. Counseling and psychiatry

  14. Code of Conduct

  15. Co-counselling

  16. Character counseling

  17. Community counseling

  18. Couple and Relationship Counseling

  19. Disciplinary counseling

  20. Discrimination, Racism counseling

  21. Domestic Violence counseling

  22. E-mail counseling

  23. Ecological counseling

  24. Emotional therapy

  25. Existential counselling

  26. Exit counseling

  27. Forensic Psychology

  28. Gender Bias

  29. Grief counseling

  30. Grief therapy

  31. Group Counseling

  32. Health Care

  33. Human Growth and Development

  34. Homosexual and lesbian counseling

  35. Hygiene counseling

  36. Intentional enforced harms prevention and healing counseling

  37. Intelligence

  38. Intervention programs designed to prevent harms

  39. Individual Counseling

  40. Justice and Social work

  41. Legal Counseling

  42. Legal and ethical principles involved in the practice of counseling

  43. Lay community counsellor

  44. Life Stressors

  45. Monopoly

  46. Motivational Counseling

  47. Mafia

  48. Music therapy

  49. Nikkah Counseling

  50. Premarital counseling for the bride and groom

  51. Post-marital counseling

  52. Prison Counseling

  53. Promotions counseling

  54. Performance counseling

  55. Professional growth counseling

  56. Parenting Advice

  57. Relationship Counseling

  58. Referral counseling

  59. Reception and integration counseling

  60. Relocate Counseling

  61. School Counseling

  62. Simple Self Improvement Tips

  63. Stress Counseling

  64. Self Esteem

  65. Substance abuse, Addiction counseling

  66. Social Skills

  67. Speech Therapy

  68. Trauma Counseling

  69. Telephone Manners

  70. Table manners or Dastarkhan manners

  71. Terrorism counseling

  72. Womens issues

  73. Work counseling

  74. Worldwide E-Mail Counseling

Counseling
Q: What are the duties and responsibilities of a counselor?
Before starting counseling, a counselor should be able to answer the following questions.
Q: Who needs counseling?
Q: Why does he/she need counseling?
Q: What should be the end result?
Q: What kind of counseling will you need?
Counseling Skills
    Q: Why do you need counseling?
    Q: What will the counselor do?
    Take a look at this.
    Q: Who needs counseling?
    What types of counseling are available?
    What kinds of problems are addressed in counseling?
    What do counseling services cost?
    How do I start the counseling process or get more information?
    Counseling Services
    E-Mail Counseling
    Office Appointments
    Online Counseling
    Telephone Counseling
    Video Counseling
Counseling guidelines for counselors
Community counseling centers
Counseling Resources

Intake Screening
Client Intake Questionnaire

How should intake screening for counseling go ahead?
You must answer all questions truthfully; then you can be helped.
Please fill in the information below and bring it with you to your first session.
Please note: information provided on this form is protected as confidential information.

Where is the profile of the person?

________________________________________________

What is the profile of the person?

________________________________________________

What are the issues?

________________________________________________

Personal Information

Name:________________________________________________
Date: ______________________
Parent/Legal Guardian (if under 18): ___________________________________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________________________
Home Phone: ___ _______________________________ May we leave a message? ? Yes ? No
Cell/Work/Other Phone: _________________________ May we leave a message? ? Yes ? No
Email: ________________________________________ May we leave a message? ? Yes ? No
*Please note: Email correspondence is not considered to be a confidential medium of communication.
DOB: ______________________________ Age: _______ Gender: ________________

Are you experiencing any life stressors?

______________________________

What life stressors are you experiencing?
https://qureshiuniversity.com/lifestressors.html

______________________________

Life stressors can be good stressors or bad stressors.

If bad life stressors are not managed properly or appropriate help is not obtained, bad life stressors can lead to various harms.

A medical doctor can experience life stressors. A counselor can experience life stressors. Stressors can be good or bad.

Do you have any problem?
If yes, what is the problem?
Do you get anger spells?
Do you talk to yourself?
Do you make any gestures while thinking alone? Do you quarrel?
Did you quarrel with anyone in the last month? Do you have sleep problems?
Do you feel upset?


If yes, these are symptoms and signs of severe stress.
What types of stress are you having?
You need to see a competent medical doctor who is able to answer relevant questions.

Do you have any other problem?

______________________________

Do you know anyone with these symptoms and signs?

______________________________

He or she needs to see a competent medical doctor who is able to answer relevant questions.

If you or anyone else has issues or problems, bring them to a medical doctor who is able to answer relevant questions.

https://qureshiuniversity.com/assessment.html

Relationship status

What is your relationship status?

______________________________

Referred By (if any): ________________________________________________________________

History

Have you previously received any type of mental health services (psychotherapy, psychiatric services, etc.)? No Yes, previous therapist/practitioner: _________________________________________

Are you currently taking any prescription medication? Yes No If yes, please list: __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________

Have you ever been prescribed psychiatric medication? Yes No If yes, please list and provide dates: _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

General and Mental Health Information

How would you rate your current physical health? (Please circle one)
Poor Unsatisfactory Satisfactory Good Very good

Please list any specific health problems you are currently experiencing: _____________________ _____________________________________________________________________________

How would you rate your current sleeping habits? (Please circle one)
Poor Unsatisfactory Satisfactory Good Very good

Please list any specific sleep problems you are currently experiencing: __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________

How many times per week do you generally exercise?

___________________________________

What types of exercise do you participate in?

____________________________________________

Please list any difficulties you experience with your appetite or eating problems: _______________ _______________________________________________________________________________

Are you currently experiencing overwhelming sadness, grief or depression? No Yes
If yes, for approximately how long?___________________________________________________

Are you currently experiencing anxiety, panics attacks or have any phobias? No Yes If yes, when did you begin experiencing this? ___________________________________________

Are you currently experiencing any chronic pain? No Yes
If yes, please describe: _____________________________________________________________

Do you drink alcohol more than once a week? No Yes

How often do you engage in recreational drug use?
Daily Weekly Monthly Infrequently Never

Are you currently in a romantic relationship? No Yes
If yes, for how long? _______________________________________________________________
On a scale of 1-10 (with 1 being poor and 10 being exceptional), how would you rate your relationship? ______________________________________________________________________________

What significant life changes or stressful events have you experienced recently?

______________________________________________________________________________

Family Mental Health History
In the section below, identify if there is a family history of any of the following. If yes, please indicate the family member’s relationship to you in the space provided (e.g. father, grandmother, uncle, etc.)
Please Circle List Family Member
Alcohol/Substance Abuse yes / no _______________________
Anxiety yes / no _______________________
Depression yes / no _______________________
Domestic Violence yes / no _______________________
Eating Disorders yes / no _______________________
Obesity yes / no _______________________
Obsessive Compulsive Behavior yes / no _______________________
Schizophrenia yes / no _______________________
Suicide Attempts yes / no _______________________
Additional Information

Are you currently employed? No Yes
If yes, what is your current employment situation?

__________________________________________________________________________________

Do you enjoy your work? Is there anything stressful about your current work?

__________________________________________________________________________________

Do you consider yourself to be spiritual or religious? ? No ? Yes
If yes, describe your faith or belief: _____________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________

What do you consider to be some of your strengths?

__________________________________________________________________________________

What do you consider to be some of your weaknesses?

__________________________________________________________________________________

What would you like to accomplish out of your time in therapy?

__________________________________________________________________________________

What questions should a medical doctor be able to answer in the context of recommendations for counseling?
The medical doctor has to answer these questions.

How long should the counseling last?

__________________________________________________________________________________

How many sessions should there be per week and what should be the duration of sessions?

__________________________________________________________________________________

What is the diagnosis?

__________________________________________________________________________________

How did the doctor reach this diagnosis?

__________________________________________________________________________________

What type of counseling does this person need?

__________________________________________________________________________________

What is the plan of action?

__________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________

History of Psychology
Famous Psychologists & Philosophers
English for Psychologists, muftis, Imams and priests.
    Q) How do you start a lecture?
    Q) How do you continue a lecture?
    Q) How do you close a lecture?
    Q) For example:
    Do you have any questions related to this subject and topic?
    Please put them in writing.
The Globalization of Psychology
    Q) What are the duties and responsibilities of a counselor?
    Before starting counseling, a counselor should be able to answer the following questions.
    Q) Who needs counseling?
    Q) Why does he/she need counseling?
    Q) What should be the end result?
    Q) Will anyone object to the end results?
    Q) If so, who?
    Q) What will be the consequences of the end results?
    Q) Who should be held responsible for deficiency of services?
    Q) Will the end results enhance safety, security, needs, interests, values and rights?
    Q) Will the end results address the harms inflicted?
    Q) Who has the duty and responsibility to address these deficiencies?
    Q) How does counseling work?
    Q) What lead to recommendations for counseling?
    Q) Why does an employee or head of an organization need counseling?
    Q) When should an employee or head of the organization seek counseling?
    Q) What kind of counseling does the employee or head of the organization need?
    Q) What happens to the information about the client?
    Q) Does the counselor understand the claims and the background of the claims?
    Q) What leads to recommendations for counseling for an employee or head of an organization?
    Q) What kind of counseling will you need?

Would you like to add anything?
Do you have any recommendations?
Would you like to have my advice?
Would you like to have my services?
Coaching & Counseling for Outstanding Job Performance
Performance counseling
Q) Why do you need counseling?
Q) What will the counselor do?
Take a look at this.
Q) Who needs counseling?
Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct
Legal and ethical principles involved in the practice of counseling.
    Q) Can a psychologist do legal counseling?
    Q) Can a psychologist do health care counseling?
    Q) What type of cases can a medical doctor refer to a psychologist?
    Q) What type of counseling can a medical doctor do himself/herself?
Counseling Skills
Intervention programs designed to prevent harms.
Structure of needs, and abilities and how each can be assessed, major sources of occupational information; how to apply experience and research to problems of career choice-making, work/job finding, and work adjustment.
    Before attending any "career development workshop," make sure the following questions are answered:
    Q) What work is available?
    Q) How is performance measured?
    Q) In case work is available, please specify.
    Q) What is expected of you?
    Q) Can you enhance my income? How?
    Q) What kind of education and training are you offering beyond that which is available at www.qureshiuniversity.com or www.humanservicesglobe.com?

    Particularly for Women. Job allurements, conspiracies, tricks, traps, offers, administration, organizations and companies.
    Any advertisement of job opening or work order. Make sure the following questions are answered before you proceed. Make sure the following details accompany the advertisement. There are lots of Mafia-driven activities within America.
    Q) What is expected of you?
    Q) How is performance measured?
    Make sure this is posted with advertisement.
    Q) Where else has the advertisement been posted?
    Q) Who among the regulators are involved?
    Q) How many have been appointed from the same vicinity and ethnicity?
    Q) Who is the head of the regulatory organization?
    Q) Who was the previous head of the regulatory organization?
    Q) What did you understand?
Understanding of the conceptual underpinnings of reliability, validity, and the use of norms and score transformations and how these apply to the professional and ethical use of assessment information in counseling.
    For Example:
    If you have any questions or don't understand something, please let me know. This process isn't fair. You acquire grants from various sources, under various pretexts ranging from employment, education, and training to other services without helping people in any way in regards to increasing their income or procuring their products and services.
    Q) Can you make me wiser? How?
    Q) Can you enhance my income? How?
    Q) What did you understand?
Dr. Qureshi's Nikkah Counseling.

Q) What is your name?
Q) What is your real, birth name?
Q) Where and when were you born?
Q) Where did you go to high school?
Q) Where did you go to college?
Q) What's your political affiliation?
Q) How important is religion?
Q) Nikkah/Nikkahnama and marriage certificate - What's the difference?
Q) What is fidelity?
Q) What are conjugal rights?
Q) What is Talaq?
Q) Talaq and Divorce - What's the difference?
Q) What is Mehr?
Q) What is the population of the world today?
Q) Do we know exactly how many people live in the world today?
Today the population of the world is more than six billion.
Q) What is the total population of all of North America?
The population of North America is Less than 600 million.
Conspiracies, Politically motivated Criminal wrong doing.
Q) What is RAW?
    Raw is a loosely knit Hindu business coterie with overseas implications. Raw has an intelligence network. Raw places Ambassadors, Governors, Chief Justice, Member Parliament, Chief Secretaries, Head of the Police, Chief ministers, even the Prime minister and President. Raw needs dunderheads who are going to be rubber stamps for Raw.
While handling such cases, the following questions need to be answered.
Q) Is there a Nikkahnama?
Q) Did they see a counselor who is a Muslim?
Q) Did they see a counselor who knows what Nikkahnama is?
Q) Did they see a Non-Muslim counselor who knows what Nikkahnama is?
Q) Is the counselor fully trained in handling such cases?
Q) Do you have Muslim counselors?
Q) Do you need to get them from abroad?
Q) Is the counselor fully experienced to overcome, or at least have the courage to report, sabotage that has been done in the process of counseling?
Q) Does the counselor know what fidelity is?
Q) Does the counselor know what conjugal rights are?
Q) Does counselor know the difference between a Nikkahnama and marriage certificate?
Q) Under which scenarios is the legal concept of Talaq applicable?
Q) How are Talaq proceedings different from divorce proceedings?
Q) Why is Talaq rare?
Q) Under what scenarios is the legal concept of divorce applicable?
Q) Under what scenarios is the legal concept of criminal wrongdoing applicable?
Q) In this scenario, which legal concept is applicable and why?
Application to conducting group counseling in various settings. Transferance and Countertransferance-Can Healing Harm the Healer?
Community counseling, psychology of oppression, prevention and outreach, and supervision.
Psychological theories in relation to the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of addiction.
Defining Insane, Conscious, Unconscious, Mental disability, Partial disability, Partial permanent disability, Complete disability, Complete permanent disability, Physical disability, Enforced disability, defamatory, excessively violent, harassing, inappropriate, indecent, lascivious, lewd, obscene, profane, racist, unlawful, or otherwise objectionable.
Psychological theories in relation to the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of medical conditions relevant to psychology.
Major neuropsychological assessment tools and their application to the assessment of neuropsychological conditions.
    Q) Is the claim any one of these?
    Psychological torture
    Physical torture
    Corruption in politics of regulations
    Racism
    Deprivations of rights under the color of law
    Political abuse
    Discrimination
    Disruption
    Exclusion

    Q) What punishments do they deserve?
    Q) How can you make sure that what you state other people understand?
    Q) How do you make sure that others will understand what you say?
    You ask questions.
    You ask questions of them like the following questions.
    What did you understand?
    What didn't you understand?
This course covers several techniques of research appropriate to the solution of educational and psychological problems of different types.
Mafia
    What is the Mafia?
    How do you punish the Mafia?
    How do you detect the Mafia within the administration?
    Take a look at this
Medical Computer Science
Defining normality, identifying abnormal behaviors, and understanding current diagnostic categories. Several questions remain to be answered:
Human Anatomy
Current professional, legal, and ethical issues in counseling psychology.
Q) Forensic Medicine and Forensic Psychology: What's the difference?
Q) What is Forensic Psychology?
    For Example:
    Q) Who were the judges in Florida who handled case of George Bush in 2001?
    Q) How did they evaluate his character?
    Q) Who was the governor of Florida at the time?
    Q) Who recalled the governor of California? Why?
    Q) What is criminal wrong doing?
    Q) George Bush abducts Judge holderman's spouse: Is that criminal wrong doing?
    Q) George Bush rapes Judge holderman's spouse: Is that criminal wrong doing?
    Q) George Bush kills Judge holderman's spouse: Is that criminal wrong doing?
    Q) What do you do when a crime occurs in the White House?
    Q) What do you do when a crime originates in the White House?
    Q) What do you do when conspiracies originate from and/or are enhanced in the White House, leading to justice being cheated?
    Q) What do you do when the governor of California is involved in crimes and conspiracies?
    Q) What do you do when the mayor is involved in crimes and conspiracies?
    Q) What do you do when federal prosecutors are involved in crimes and conspiracies?
    Q) What do you do as a criminal investigator when federal prosecutors are involved in a crime?
    Q) People involved in crimes and conspiracies have no immunity. If justice is cheated under any flawed pretext, excuse, or trick, is the result justified?
    Q) What are your duties and responsibilities?
    Q) What do you do when crimes involving white males occur and you, who are white, are pressured not to investigate or to remain inactive?
    Q) What do you do when a reported crime involves a criminal in the White House?
    Q) What do you do when a reported crime involves a criminal in the White House who tricks you and redirects your investigation?
    Q) What do you do when federal prosecutors pressure you not to investigate a reported crime?
    Q) How do you deal with a corrupt judge?
    Q) How do you deal with an incompetent judge?
    Q) What do you do when systems collapse?
    Q) What do you do when new systems emerge?
    Q) Who else was involved in the sabotage and conspiracies?
      Q) Where do they live?
      Q) Where is their office?
      Q) What's their ethnicity?
      Q) Do you know the head of the office?
      Q) Who are their friends?
      Q) Where do they hang out?
      Q) Where are their bank accounts?

    Q) Who among the regulators were involved?
    Q) Who among the medical doctors were involved?
    Q) Who among the psychologists and social workers were involved?
    Q) What airlines were involved?
    Q) What ground transportations were involved?
    Q) What places were involved?
    Q) Who among the regulators were involved in tampering with the documents to enhance the harm?
    Q) In addition to the names mentioned, what other businesses were involved in these harmful activities?
    Q) In addition to the names mentioned, what other people were involved in these harmful activities?
    Q) What punishments do they deserve?
    Q) How do you detect when you are dealing with harmful culprits?
      I don't have any answer for you right now.
      I don't want to go into these details.
      I don't know.
      The answer to this question varies, depending on the situation.
      Respondent maintains criminal silence.
      Respondent refers you to the wrong venue.
      Respondent inflicts further harm.
Q: What have you done that merits a PhD?
Q: What is the difference between a masters and a PhD?
Q: What is the curriculum?
Recommendations: In America there are so called Interventional Psychologists. They work with so called Executives, their Intervention leads to more harms in America and abroad than benefits. Most of their licenses should be cancelled, and others who lead to comparatively less harms put on supervision. With continuining upgrade of their skills, Counseling in a culturally-diverse society.
What punishments do they deserve?

Would you like to Teach Dr. Qureshi's Counseling?
Would you like to print Dr. Qureshi's Counseling?
Do you want to educate people via your print media?

Who may utilize these courses?
Existing psychologists, new psychologists, medical doctors, Lawyers, Judges, Courts, Therapist, Counselor, Case managers, Community Counseling Centers, Colleges, Universities, Police, Prisons, monks, muftis, Imams and priests.

Would you like to have my advice?
Would you like to have my services?

What are your requirements?
Psychology
Stress and Public Health
Life Stressors
Are life stressors public health issues?
Yes.

How are life stressors public health issues?
Research by Dr. Asif Qureshi, founder of Qureshi University and the Global Democratic party has revealed that there are more than 180 causes of stress. Proper stress management can prevent various human medical conditions or diseases.

A counselors professional goals should be stress counseling.

There is only one best doctor on this planet.

His name: Dr. Asif Qureshi.

His focus: The planet.

His concern: Public health.

His Profile: Take a look at this,
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/aboutthefounder.html

What is his concern about you?

Do you have stress?

Dr. Asif Qureshi’s research has revealed that there are 180 causes of stress that can harm an individual.
He tries to solve them at the public health level.

Certain situations may require Dr. Asif Qureshi's individualized consultation.

What are various life stressors a human being can experience?
There are more than 180 life stressors. A human being can experience one or more life stressors at any given point.

Life stressors can be good stressors or bad stressors.

If bad life stressors are not managed properly or appropriate help is not obtained, bad life stressors can lead to various harms.

A medical doctor can experience life stressors. A counselor can experience life stressors. Stressors can be good or bad.

Do you have any problem?
If yes, what is the problem?
Do you get anger spells?
Do you talk to yourself?
Do you make any gestures while thinking alone? Do you quarrel?
Did you quarrel with anyone in the last month? Do you have sleep problems?
Do you feel upset?


If yes, these are symptoms and signs of severe stress.
What types of stress are you having?
You need to see a competent medical doctor who is able to answer relevant questions.

Do you have any other problem?

Do you know anyone with these symptoms and signs?

He or she needs to see a competent medical doctor who is able to answer relevant questions.

If you or anyone else has issues or problems, bring them to a medical doctor who is able to answer relevant questions.

Do you need access to more health care resources?

What should a patient and his or her relatives or well wishers be careful about?

Do not get tricked by big names in health care without getting answers to relevant questions.

You have the right to free quality health care in the state in which you reside.

You can get referred to this resource: www.qureshiuniversity.com/healthcareworld.html.


Stress can affect virtually any organ system of the human body.

How many medical conditions are caused by stress?
More than 100 medical conditions are the result of stress. These are the most common medical conditions.

Why is there a need to elaborate on life stressors?
Life stressors are most common cause of various common medical conditions.

This is applicable to specific discussion.
This is applicable to stress discussion.

What are the advantages of discussion?
Discussion is a method of education.
Discussion is a method of counseling.
Discussion helps to identify stressors.
Discussion helps to decrease stress.
Discussion helps to cope with stress.
Discussion helps to generate new ideas to solve problems.
Discussion about stress relieves stress.
Discussions with competent persons can be helpful. Discussions with incompetent persons can be harmful.
E-mailing helps to detect competent and incompetent persons.
E-mailing helps to decrease and cope with stress.
E-mailing details of specific topic is a method of counseling.

We need to discuss.
We need to discuss stress.

Do you feel upset about anything?
If yes, you are having stress.

Does stress affect your everyday life and relationships with people?
Is this a daily, weekly, monthly, yearly or long-term stressor?
Is this a mild, moderate, severe, extreme, or catastrophic stressor?


What are advantages of organizing health care discussions?
Discussion relevant to stress decreases stress.

What do you know about various life stressors?
What should you know about various life stressors?
How do you screen a person for past, present, and future life stressors in his or her life?
Are you experiencing any life stressors?
What life stressors are you experiencing?
What types of stressors have you faced up to now?
What types of stressors do you think others have faced?
How many life stressors do you know?
How have you managed each life stressor at various points?
What life stressors can a human being experience?

Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/stress.html

How should you do treatment?
Unhealthy coping strategies

What are unhealthy coping skills?

What are unhealthy coping strategies?

Alcohol or drug use.
Overeating.
Procrastination (Delaying issues).
Sleeping too much or too little.
Social withdrawal.
Self-harm.
Aggression

What are healthy coping skills?

What are healthy coping strategies?

Identify the causes of stress relevant to you. If you do not know what they are, search for them.
Talk about the issue.
Seek professional help.
Search for problem-/complaint-solving techniques relevant to the causes of my stress.
Use social support.
Exercise.
Eat healthy foods.
Practice relaxation techniques.
Treat the underlying cause.
Fix the underlying cause.
Fix the underlying causes.
If you do not fix the underlying causes, the complaint/problem will not be resolved.

Best ways to manage stress
Anticipate your needs
Always make copies of important papers
Always have a "plan B"
Avoid negative people
Ask for help with the jobs you dislike
Ask someone to be your "vent *partner"
Avoid relying on chemical aids
Avoid tight fitting clothes
Be aware of the decisions you make
Be prepared for rain
Be responsible for your feelings
Become a better listener
Believe in yourself
Break large tasks into bite size portions
Buy yourself a flower
Clean out one closet
Cook a meal and eat it by candlelight
Dance a jig
Develop your sense of humor
Do a brand new thing
Do everything in moderation
Do it today
Don't know all the answers
Don't rely on your memory ...write it down
Exercise every day
Feed the birds
Find support from others
Freely praise other people
Get enough sleep
Get up 15 Minutes earlier
Go to a ball game and scream
Get to work early
Go to a picnic
Have a support network of people, places and things
Have goals for yourself
Hum a jingle
Keep a journal
Know your limitations and let others know them too
Learn a new doodle
Leave work early (with permission)
Learn to meet your own needs
Learn the words to a new song
Learn to whistle a tune
Listen to a symphony
Look at a work of art
Look at challenges differently
Look for the silver lining
Look up at the stars
Maintain your weight
Make duplicate keys
Memorize a *joke
Pay attention to your appearance
Pet a friendly ______
Plant a tree
Play patty cake with a _______
Practice a monster smile
Practice breathing slowly
Practice grace under pressure
Practice preventative maintenance
Prepare for the morning the night before
Put air freshener in your ______
Put safety first
Quit trying to "fix"________
Read a poem
Read a story curled up in bed
Recognize the importance of unconditional love
Remember that stress is an attitude
Remember you always have options
Repair anything that doesn't work properly
Say hello to a stranger
Say no more often
Say something nice to someone
Schedule play time into every day
Set appointments ahead
Set priorities in your life
Simplify meal times
Smile
Stand up and stretch
Stop a bad habit
Stop saying negative things to yourself
Stop thinking tomorrow will be a better day
Stretch your limits a little each day
Strive for excellence NOT perfection
Take a bubble bath
Take a different, route to work
Take stock of your achievements
Talk less and listen more
Teach a ____ to fly a _______
Tell someone to have a good day in ______ Latin
Tickle a _______
Throw a paper airplane
Unclutter your life
Use time wisely
Visualize yourself winning
Walk in the rain
Watch a ballet
Watch a video and eat popcorn
Work at being cheerful and optimistic
Write a note to a far away friend

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What would you like to add, delete, or modify?

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What academic degrees are available in counseling at these resources?
Doctor of Professional Counseling
Master's Degree in Counseling
Bachelor's Degree in Counseling
Associate Degree in Counseling

Doctor of Professional Counseling

What about accreditation and recognition of the doctor of counseling training programs displayed here?
National Board for Certified Counselorsv 3 Terrace Way
Greensboro, North Carolina 27403
Telephone: +336-547-0607
Fax: +336-547-0017
Email: nbcc@nbcc.org

This entity received accreditation and recognition of the doctor of counseling training programs displayed here.
The last communication was on September 18, 2020.

Take a look at this.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/stresscounselor.html
What are the facts?
Demonstrated competence of Doctor Asif Qureshi.

What is the curriculum for the Doctor of Counseling program?
Profiling of client
Problem solving
Coping skills toolbox
Types of counseling
Counseling settings
Crisis scenarios in counseling
Safety of the client
Academic degree levels
Human behavior
Brief human anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry
Various types of physicians and relevance to counseling
Skills types (will take many years to learn)
Applied behavioral analysis (ABA)
Applied psychology
Educational psychology
General psychology
Health psychology
Social psychology

What will your Doctor of Professional Counseling degree look like upon completion?
Here is an example.

Global University
This is in recognition of successful completion of the requisite course of study.
Amy Derringer, born March 1, 1967, in recognition of the satisfactory fulfillment of the prescribed requirements, is awarded the degree of Doctor of Counseling on January 1, 2024.

President of the University.
Doctor Asif Qureshi

Chairman of the board of trustees.
Optional


This is what your Doctor of Counseling Degree will look like.
This was accomplished under the guidance and supervision of Doctor Asif Qureshi, founder Global University.

Where must government grants be forwarded to enhance these programs?
Doctor Asif Qureshi
5042 N. Winthrop Ave. #237
Chicago, Illinois 60640

Last Updated: October 9, 2020