A strong, well cultivated therapeutic relationship is the best – perhaps the only – basis for healthy, effective therapeutic outcomes. What do I mean by the ‘therapeutic relationship’, and how can we establish an effective therapeutic relationship with our clients?
Follow the 4 tips in this video to help the relationship with your client work quickly, deeply and well.
7:35 What is a ‘therapeutic relationship’?
12:05 Stuck on ‘therapy mode’?
13:45 Take your client on a ‘practice run’
15:48 The first ‘Golden Hour’ of therapy
17:26 The importance of positive expectation
21:55 A Pavlovian response to therapy
25:23 Be clear about the needs of your client
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