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How to create a non-verbal consultative contact

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Expression of the face and movement of the body can transmit much more information than verbal contact.

A counselor psychologist needs to be aware of nonverbal reactions of a person in order to respond to them in time.

Instructions

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Create in the office such an environment that the client could see you completely and completely. He should see your accessibility, predisposition.

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Of great importance is in what position you are sitting. Try to avoid crossing arms and legs.

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When you start talking, try to lean slightly toward the client. This position indicates the involvement, the attention of the consultant.

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More often look the client in eyes, but do not forget to pause. To some people eye contact may seem frightening, depressing.

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Behave yourself relaxed. Try to avoid manipulating objects in your hands, this can tell the client about your excitement.

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Calculate the space so that the distance between you and the client does not violate the intimate space of each.

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Sometimes supplement the client's speech with non-verbal adjustments: nodding, swinging hands, smiling.

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Try to avoid unnecessary touches during counseling. Tactile contact is more suitable for clients who have experienced loss of a loved one.

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Try to treat indulgently the reactions of the skin. If you see that the client is flushed, do not focus on this. You can also pause or translate a topic.

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Watch for the unconscious reactions of the client. For example, manipulating the earlobe means boredom, and biting the lips - excitement.

How to create a non-verbal consultative contact Was last modified: June 21st, 2017 By Razwoywt
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