Detecting changes in a client’s posture, tone of voice, direction of gaze, lateral gestures, etc. provides rich instantaneous feedback about how a session is going, and often indicates what kind of intervention will be useful. Simple exercises will be demonstrated and taught that are useful irrespective of your theoretical orientation.
Distinguish between analog and digital signals, and how to use them for understanding and change.
Utilize client gestures for both rapport and interventions.
Use postural changes to alter the client’s experience.
*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*