This chapter, drawing in part on research interviews undertaken by Gina McLeod, seeks to explore issues and questions such as when it is appropriate, or not, to be an adviser or mentor and what these processes mean for practitioners and young people alike. Finally, the chapter considers the tensions arising between advising and mentoring.
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