Therapeutic Dialogue: Maximizing Critical Junctures in Therapeutic Dialogue
By Clifton Mitchell, Ph.D
You will re-think your definition of clinical resistance. Defining therapeutic resistance in a new way Dr. Clifton Mitchell teaches techniques for moving through critical junctures in the therapeutic dialogue. Specifically, addressed are the perils of over questioning, managing “I don’t know” responses, responding to challenges, silence and defining goal setting with a new approach. Dr Mitchell teaches how to ask therapeutic questions using specific proven technique. All therapeutic junctures are discussed from the perspective of minimizing resistance and altering the dialogue style to maximize the potential for movement. This is an intermediate course intended for practicing clinicians.
Explain the pitfalls of over-questioning when working with resistant clients and
Utilize alternative dialogue styles to avoid question laden dialogue and reduce resistance.
Describe approaches for managing direct challenges from clients.
Online Video Course (3 Credits)
Online Audio Course (3 Credits)