Something else I have begun to wonder about is transitions. Specifically beginning and ending sessions. Do you have top strategies for transitioning clients from their lives, traveling and arriving to the session? And what about completing?
I loved the questions and issues you posed. I can get into Digg to respond, but they can’t locate your blog….just FYI. I would like to know how you deal with it when something is very obvious to you about someone or their type and they DON’T see it at all. “How do you break through Denial?”
We’ll get someone on the Digg question and see what we can do.
I love the question about helping people see what’s obvious to you. As you do more of this work, and as you come to embody the Enneagram at a deeper level, you will see what’s holding people hostage with more ease. There is an art form to helping THEM see it. I’ll write up some of my favorite techniques and distinctions in being that will help you with this and post it next week to this blog.
One of my issues is that people don’t belive that they can actually change themselves with little help from me. Tehy often feel depressed, lonely, etc. How can I make my clients more confident and help them to cope with their serious problems? How do you make them say “yes” instead of “no”?
Thank you for the opportunity to learn how to deal with the very real issues that most of us encounter with our clients and I really appreciate your willingness to share your knowledge with other counselors.I can’t wait to see the videos!