Resistance Management: Do we need a change of perspective? 3.0

                                                                                   

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of the training participants will be able to demonstrate the clinical practice of:

      1) Rapport building (i.e. “directive” and “nondirective” counseling skills)

      2) Effective verbal and non-verbal communication

      3) Identify the patients perceived values (i.e. “resistant” vs. “cooperative” behavior by the patient)

     4) Identify the patients frame of reference

     5) What does not work with resistance management (i.e. confrontation, negative processes, rigidity)

      6) … and much more.

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William A. Rule, MS, CASAC William A. Rule, MS, CASAC Author

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