Complementary therapists are seldom trained in the 'people skills'
necessary for working with their clients. This practical guide
provides the key elements of the psychotherapeutic relationship for
people working in non-verbal modalities. The book provides
information and exercises to help practitioners improve their style
of interacting with clients by setting clear boundaries, having a
defined contract with them, communicating effectively and being a
good listener, among other things. Drawn from experience both as a
practitioner and as a client in a range of therapeutic contexts, Su
Fox also uses illustrative case studies to offer strategies for
managing 'difficult' clients and for working through the difficult
feelings one may experience with other clients. The guidance in
this book is indispensable for complementary therapy practitioners
and students in the field, and is also of interest to anyone
working with others in a 'helping' capacity.
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
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