All kinds of clients can present tricky behaviour. They might seem resistant to help but still turn out to be great to work with. But sometimes taking on a client may prove to be much more trouble than it’s worth – for you, and ultimately also for them.
Articles on: Dealing With Difficult Clients
Analytical thinking has us narrowing our focus onto logistics, procedures, and linear sequences. But do this too much and contextual understanding and flexibility can be martyred to methodical thought. This Q&A session looks at how to help a man crippled by his paralysis through analysis.
Language and attitude is vital when helping clients transcend their self-sabotage during therapy.
What feeling like pushing a client out the window taught me about dealing with resistance in therapy.