Monthly Archives: November 2012
There is an appropriate time and an appropriate way to provide psychoeducation to your clients. Do you know what they are?
A great way to assist clients is by employing the skill of decision making, or logical consequences. Originally from Adlerian counseling, the goal is to help clients explore and evaluate possible actions when making a decision.
The skills of confrontation, and it’s cousin, logical consequences are important counseling skills to have. But, as with other counseling skills, there is a right way and a wrong way to do them.
Self-disclosure can be a very useful skill, but only if employed properly.