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Part Four: Assessing Challenges, Preferences, and Opportunities
Subject: Therapeutic Relationships
The previous section, “Mapping Clients’ Experience,” introduced a range of skills useful for coming to an understanding of a client's experience and conveying that understanding as part of the fundamental process of coordinating counseling conversations. If you've been reading the text and trying out some of the activities to this point, you have likely already discovered that you already employ these practices in your day-to-day conversations. We are always coordinating talk, so most of the skills examined here are used by all of us, to some extent, in conversations both professional and personal.
This section of the book moves deeper into territory that we all venture into from time to time in our daily lives but ...