In the same respect, how we conduct ourselves as therapist is also key to this. An open friendly manor is helpful and things such as voice tone, pace and language etc should be addressed. There would be no sense in talking jargon or confusing your client with elaborate language as this would only encourage them to disengage with you unless of course they were very academic and this is how they spoke. There are lots of ways in which we can build rapport such as mirroring. As the word suggests this would entail the therapist ‘copying’ the client’s body language, posture, tone of voice or pace.
We all have different likes and dislikes and we have different outlooks on life. All this and more is what makes us unique individuals. It’s these differences that will affect how we deal with certain situations, our openness and why we have resistance to certain thoughts or ideas. With these differences in mind, it is the requirement of the hypnotherapist to assess the client and devise a therapy strategy that meets their needs and will achieve the best outcome for them. We are all aware that the usual method of
We all come from different environments and cultures and this shapes who we are and our moral and value systems. As hypnosis is working with the subconscious mind it is important to understand that every client will have different needs and in order to achieve the best chance of success we need to work very closely with them in assisting our clients to achieve the most beneficial state possible. Respecting your clients as individuals and not hypnotic subjects requires talking to them, getting to understand what kind of person they are by asking questions and more importantly listening to them. By listening and taking to them this allows the therapist to access doorways to their subconscious mind, as we can pay attention to the things that relax them, and furthermore, it can help to process the experiences and the style of behaviour that they will likely best react to. Personalising inductions also includes finding out what that person likes and dislikes and what they do in their spare time, any hobbies they might have exploring the words to use that will relax them.
Jo DickinsonWords; 2,005 A Personalised induction will always be more effective. Discuss Base your answer on theoretical concepts and techniques presented in class Although all humans appear the same we are all quite different in the way we think, we all have different likes and dislikes. We are all born to different parents and brought up in different cultures and environments giving us different outlooks and perspectives on life. When we use hypnosis we are working with the subconscious mind so to give each client the best possible help to achieve success a personalised induction would be beneficial. There are several ways of changing our language to suit the individual personalities of clients.
I can just hear you I’m just starting to see how I have learned to segment my thinking, only using my creative skills in arenas where they have been deemed acceptable. Just realizing I have not only segmented my spaces, but also my approaches, and my systems (or lack of since artists has to break rules- at least in our stereotypical moments. The artist rebel in me is being held down and held back by these businessperson stereotypes and imagined rules. It is only acceptable to be an artist in certain contained spaces. Intellectually I don’t believe any of this, what you are saying is so true!
I started defining my own interests to come up with diagnostic questions, which also helped with defining my BATNA, initial offer, RP and AP. However, the fact that I was getting used to a way of strategizing also hindered my abilities to negotiate. I realized I was using the same tactics with all my partners, which sometimes wouldn’t get us anywhere. Did Well Do Differently 1. Creating trust with my partner to achieve mutual satisfaction 2.
Stage two: The Challenged Thinker (we become aware of problems in our thinking) Stage three: The Beginning Thinker (we try to improve but without regular practice) Stage four: The Practicing Thinker (we recognize the necessity of regular practice) Stage five: The Advanced Thinker (we advance in accordance with our practice) Stage six: The Master Thinker (skilled & insightful thinking become second nature to us). Without being familiar of the levels of critical thinking, our ways of solving problems can lead us into a cycle. We would repeat the same problems without solving anything. Each stage allows me to see which stage I’ve developed as a critical thinker. I’ve been an Unreflective Thinker where I would listen to sources and messengers who were non credible.
I believe that Person-Centred Therapy offers the therapist many great tools to treat the client successfully, but at the same time am convinced that this approach on its own will not suit all clients but will work extremely well in combination with other types of therapy. Rogers identified core conditions for changes in clients to happen, the first of these being that there needs to be a relationship between the client and therapist in which the client shows certain vulnerabilities or incongruence. The therapist on the other hand will show complete genuineness and will not hide behind the role of a professional. He should be real and able to express his feelings genuinely and act on their life’s experiences with relevant self disclosures. The therapist should hide nothing and the client should be able to see through her.
This will enable me to present my conclusion as to whether Person Centred Therapy offers the therapist all that is needed to treat clients. Counselling Course Assignment Can help client realise the solution but relies on them being able to be open and structured in their thinking and talking My experience in trying the person centred theory is that a client may not be able to structure their thoughts and just repeat themselves. An Introduced personality also does not always respond to open questions and clients may rely on counsellor for structure and some guidance. When practising this technique I found it limiting and the client (course colleague) was just repeating the same facts Advantages Client is given time to explore their problem and by articulating it they may become aware of aspects more clearly which can help them see a solution based on their experiences and lifestyle. Paraphrasing allows client to see that the counsellor is fully engaged and understand what they are saying.
For the purpose of this essay I will be focusing on Carl Rogers views on Person Centred Therapy (PCT). Carl Rogers (1980) believed that “Individuals have within themselves vast resources for self-understanding and for altering their self-concepts, basic attitudes, and self-directed behavior; these resources can be tapped if a definable climate of facilitative psychological attitudes can be provided” (p. 115). Rogers (as cited by Joseph, 2003) believed that people need positive regard from our social environment and given this we can develop our self-actualising abilities effectively. This leads us to interpret life accurately, be realistic in our perceptions and trust our own inner being. (Joseph, 2003 p.304) PCT is client directed and doesn’t focus on problems or solutions.