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Consultations, which are sessions arranged for assisting students to manage the lessons or learning problems, have become a part of the learner-centred classroom. Teachers, especially those who are new to dealing with helping students in this way, would probably feel uneasy about them. This paper reports the results of a study on the use of macroskills in giving consultations by novice university teachers. It also discusses some practical perspectives that would be applicable and beneficial in counselling.