Marketers are learning about and using the latest research on how to persuade people to change their views and behavior, but psychotherapists generally don’t know about or use this research. This session, using videos, audios and stories to bring the material alive, will teach you three powerful methods for radically increasing cooperation in therapy.
Language is both informative and expressive. It is the expressive component that elicits changes in emotion, sensation, “state,” and physiology; the words only convey part of the message. We will study the effective use of prosody, proximity, gesture, expression and context, and how those channels can be woven into the process of communication to create dramatic moments that empower effective clinical outcomes. Lecture, demonstration, small group practice.