As I am studying counselling and becoming involved in counselling/support work, I found this book interesting and useful, and I took some notes, as I read through it.
I'd liken it to being an observer on a scene normally private and confidential by nature, with the added benefit of knowing what is going through the therapists head. Although his counselling style is more interventionist than what I have been introduced to, the skill sets of both, crossover.
A useful read if you are starting in counselling, quite interesting even if you are not. A warning, chapter one - the title chapter - isn't the best story and some of the others are surprisingly quite short....Continua
It's amazing how someone can give so much power to another one who almost doesn't exist. Is it called obsession?
Body language can't lie, no matter how self-monitoring one can be.
If you don't want your trim to be painted, you have to let your painter knows. Painters' job is to find out where can be painted and they paint it with full of fascination genuinely. Cyclotherapist!
"In the Search of the Dreamer"
We're sometime worried about the lack of insight from the clients, but we also have to beware of the situation in where clients may have too much or have it too fast.