Humanistic Approach Communication Skills: Use of Silence, Paraphrasing, Reflecting, and Supportive Body Language
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This article discusses the communication skills that underpin the humanistic approach, including the use of silence, paraphrasing, reflecting, and supportive body language. These skills can help practitioners interact with service users in a safe and non-judgmental environment, allowing them to identify their feelings, clarify their thoughts, and feel empowered to address their issues.