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Lecture 4 - Counseling Skills (Part 2).ppt

Example you feel in other words you hate her courage

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Example : " You feel .......... " "In other words , you hate her courage. "
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Reflection of Experience Paying attention to the body gestures of the client stating his non- verbal implied feelings. For example , to speak fast, strong breathing, complaints , flushed face , changing sitting styles manifesting a sign to the client's feelings .
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As an example: "You're smiling , but I could feel that you’re really experiencing the feeling of sad.” " You said you really love him , but every time when you talk about him, you are holding your hand. It seems that you really hate him."
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Reflection of Contents Similar to paraphrase . Used to describe an idea difficult to be specified by the client, and therefore caused clutter. A skill that gives client an idea easy and clear for him to express his feelings.
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An example: Client : " His words really hurt me .“ Counselor : " It's really annoying ."
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Reflections on the precise content allows client to... 1. Feel that he is heard correctly, 2. Feel that he is understood, 3. Listen back to what he has said and check the validity of those facts, and 4. Help in reviewing the perception of the counselor .
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CONFRONTING
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The aim is to know sincerely and directly and to show the client what is happening, or what you, as a
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  • Feeling, assoc.,  Example

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