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Every thing you need to know about For Therapists

A therapist can be defined as a professional who helps people gain insight about their life, helps them develop an understanding about their problems and solutions and facilitates productive change towards the solutions.

A good therapist should have knowledge about and understanding of multiple aspects of human existence which includes but is not limited to emotions, behaviours and working of the mind.

Also, a good therapist should not just be competent in their specific specialisation but should also have other skills like communication, rapport building, effective listening, questioning……

The knowledge, competency and skills that a good therapist requires are not static. In the constantly evolving world that we are living in even the knowledge, competency and skills that a therapist has needs to continue to evolve.

“For Therapist” tag is a part of all those posts that contains information that will help therapists (psychologists, coaches and other mental health practitioners) enhance their knowledge, develop their skills and become more competent in ways that is useful in their therapeutic practice with clients.

Step By Step Guide To Use Hypnotic Version Of Ho’oponopono With Your Clients.

Ho’oponopono Prayer The Ho’oponopono Prayer Revolves Around Four Key Statements Hypnotic Version of Ho’oponopono The Hypnotic form of Ho’oponopono revolves around using guided imagery to help clients actually experience the essence of these statements Therapeutic Process While you are doing

Client Resistance & Complete Guide to Work with Secondary Gains

As a psychologist or a coach, it is important to understand the concept of resistance and how this resistance is generally a result of secondary gains or positive intentions. Understanding this will also help you recognize why clients have relapses.

Emotional intelligence

Emotional Intelligence & its Application in Therapy

Emotional intelligence (EI) refers to the ability to perceive, control, and evaluate emotions. The term emotional intelligence was first introduced by the two US psychologists Peter Salovey and John D. Mayer in 1990. Their colleague, the US psychologist and bestselling

Belief System Change with Cord Cutting Technique in Therapy

Cord-Cutting is a very interesting process that is generally used to help clients get over a relationship but there is another very powerful application of cord-cutting that most people do not realise and that is towards belief change. Step-By-Step Process

Confidence Building- Case Study: Helping clients

Recently, I received a call from Saloni who was new in her job place and was experiencing a lack of confidence while making presentations in the online meetings. She was wondering whether confidence-building coaching could help her.  After having an

Top Techniques to change the limiting beliefs of clients

Finding the right technique to help clients change their limiting beliefs is one of the key challenges that coaches and psychologists face. Top 7 techniques to help clients change their limiting beliefs: 3 Techniques used by almost all coaches and

Designing Actions in Therapy- Coaching Competency

In this in-depth look at the 9th CHC Core Coaching Competency, we would take you deeper into the constructs of creating your personalised roadmap to success. What really does this competency of Designing actions mean? “Designing actions” is about the