Definition of co-counseling in English:

co-counseling

Syllabification: co-coun·sel·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈkōˌkounsəliNG, kōˈkoun-
 
/
(also cocounseling)

noun

A form of personal or psychological counseling in which two or more people alternate the roles of therapist and patient.
More example sentences
  • Another suggestion I'd chuck in at this point might be co-counselling.
  • What more appropriate institution could there be for him to receive the co-counselling he so sorely needs in the company of the other tragic victims.

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