A huge difference between skill and artistry in doing therapy briefly is the ability to observe and listen with astute understanding. Noticing and then utilizing subtle non-verbal responses transmitted by the patient enhances the therapist’s credibility at deeper levels and gives him/her a distinct advantage. This workshop presents a series of experiential activities to sharpen visual and auditory sensory acuity.
Analyze subtle, non-verbal, (yet distinctly visible) behaviors of the patient.
Describe the specific clues that indicate your process is not working and when to alter it.
Utilize the information gathered in an appropriate, helpful way.
*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*