institution's motive or institutions motive


which is correct on in this context.

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Where a counsellor or help-giver comes to the knowledge that the governing institution's drive or motive for establishing counselling service will short-change a help-seeker or his family homeostasis, counsellors apply their love for humanity and for God to reconcile the governing institutions motive with the help-seeker's desired outcome.
asked Jun 16 '13 at 12:43 JOSEPH New member

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