The development of effective therapy practice depends on skills, experience, research and theory. There is something else. We can detect artistry when we recall the work of such figures as Carl Rogers and Virginia Satir. It’s surprising that artistry can be taught, expanded or enhanced. Everyone has the ability. All of that skill, experience, research and theory is brought forth by artistry. The lecture will look at the creative patterns of other people. He will show how the state of the therapist can be the starting point for effective clinical interventions.
The educational objectives are listed.
Describe the “states” model.
Indicate how the state of the therapist is the progenitor of the technique.
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