Sep 9, 2022
Dissonance can be a powerful ingredient for learning. How do
we challenge our intuition in order to listen to our client's
unspokens in order to foster a deeper connection with them?
In this video, I recommend an exercise that I use called the "Rate and Predict," to help me open up the conversation in therapy.
⏳ Time Stamps:
00:25: What is the Rate and Predict Exercise?
01:25: Seeking to be Disconfirmed
02:30: A Clinical Example
Note: Any personally identifiable information in clinical examples used are changed, in order to protect their confidentiality and privacy.
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