The counsellor Enfield can assist a person several ways. When the person starts complaining the counselor can ask them if they like it when others complain about them? When was the last time somebody complained about you? How did that feel? So whenever the person complains about another, immediately the counsellor Enfield convinces them to stop and acknowledge that they are complaining. Getting other members of their family to tell them when they are complaining will also be beneficial.
A person who complains a lot may not be aware that they complain a lot. The counselor can have the person put a rubber band around their wrist and snap it whenever they notice they are complaining about something or write down each time they complain about something over a week long period. Counsellor Enfield will help them learn to control their tongue and resist the temptation to complain. Another thing the counselor can do when somebody complains about another person is asked them if they are aware of the strengths the other person possesses. Get them to practice speaking highly of others and building them up. The counselor can ask them what they gain by complaining against others.