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  1. This is an important aspect of practice and success. I often included a similar discussion in my discussions about the use of self in practice. There are always opportunities to carefully listen to someone who may be yelling at you. As Marshall Rosenberg’s non-violent communication focus states when working with anger when someone is yelling they are asking for help. I am stubborn since birth and often have to step back and carefully hear the message delivered in a rash manner. The seeds of truth can sometimes be embedded in language we may dismiss or place barriers toward. Thank you for this reflection.

  1. October 24, 2019

    […] use measures as a feedback tool, so as to feed-forward and inform the treatment process (see How to Get Better at Eliciting Feedback and How to Get Better at Receiving Feedback). Ultimately,  It’s about the use of of clinical […]

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