IC11 Clinical Demonstration 09 – Helping a Client Explore Their Metaphor for Their Problem to Discover a Solution – Steve Andreas | INSTANTLY DOWNLOAD !
Metaphor primarily activates the client’s sub-dominant hemisphere, and this can be utilized without knowing the content of the problem. Asking a client to discover more about their metaphor for a problem is a way to communicate directly with their unconscious understandings, which are often the keys to making useful changes.
- Distinguish between a client’s guiding metaphor and a mere “figure of speech.”
- List the four major criteria for expanding a client’s metaphor in a useful way.
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