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Cercopes

apelike pygmies; tried to steal Hercules’ weapons. [Gk. Myth.: Leach, 206]
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One, Arik Achmon, turns his back on a socialism that never fit his personality particularly well to become first the CEO of a start-up private airline and then, after losing a boardroom power struggle, a business consultant.
Paratrooper Arik Achmon, who sees the settlements as a tragic mistake, cannot help but also see them as the only surviving example of the pioneering spirit.
Establishing trust between counselor and client is critically important in ensuring the success of the entire counseling process (e.g., Achmon, 2004; Davis & Ritchie, 2003; Glosoff, Herlihy, & Spence, 2000).
The centrality of confidentiality with all clients appears clearly in the ethical codes of counselors' professional associations in the United States (e.g., American Counseling Association [ACA], 2005, B.5.a) as well as in other countries (e.g., Achmon, 2004; Bond, 1992).
However, beyond these few explicit instances for breaching confidentiality, there is ambiguity in Israel, as in the United States, regarding who has the right of receiving information provided by minors in counseling sessions (Achmon, 2004; Mitchell et al., 2002; Weil, 2004).
There is no consensus in the literature regarding sharing information with parents, and how to respond when parents want more information than the counselor believes should be shared frequently creates dilemmas for school counselors in Israel (Achmon, 2004; Wasserstein-Fassberg, 2004) and in the United States (Glosoff & Pate, 2003; Isaacs & Stone, 2003; Mitchell et al., 2002).
Because the literature has also indicated anger can be effectively reduced through therapeutic intervention (Achmon, Granek, Golomb, & Hart, 1989; Deffenbacher, McNamara, Stark & Sabadell, 1990; Moon & Eisler, 1983; Novoco, 1975; Schlichter & Horan, 1981), the SCARE program was constructed as a meta-theoretical treatment package focusing on anger management and coping skills for adolescents and young adults.