You Will Learn
- Understand the meaning of advice (especially the customer-centered type)
- Learn about the characteristics of a good processor
- Identify basic counseling skills:
- Presence skill
- Active listening skills
- Question and survey skill
- Problem solving skills
- Principles of client centered psychotherapy
- Stages of the counseling process
These are basic skills for any doctor or psychiatrist, whatever the school he will practice or apply, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, dynamic therapy, psychodrama, or other different treatment schools. This course is considered a basis for communication and understanding between the therapist and the client.
During this course, we will learn and understand many concepts such as:
Meaning of advice, stages of the counseling process, counseling relationship teams, and other relationships theoretical bases of Carl Roger and his school is client-centric therapy and the most important therapeutic principles characteristics of the processor / good mentor and vice versa
We will also learn many skills, the most important of which are:
Attendance skill: It is the use of physical expressions such as smile, lean forward, eye contact, gestures, and head movement to convey a message of interest and openness to what the client says
The skill of open questions and question selection: Open questions encourage answers earlier than one or two words, help in gathering information, increasing clarification, stimulating thinking, and creating a space for discussion.
Presence skill: It means that you put yourself in the client’s place while preserving your objectivity, and this requires the Marshal to have a subtle understanding of feeling not judging what he hears.
Replay skill: It means using different words to paraphrase what the client said in a neutral way. This helps the client to realize that the mentor understands his point of view and that he listened well to what he said. The paraphrasing also allows the correction of any misunderstanding the mentor has.
Effective listening skill: It included returning part of what the client said, rewriting, showing presence, and returning the spoken and non-spoken feelings to the client.
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