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Week 6 dq1 response4 449

Sarah Sherman

Dear class,

Empathy is the ability of an counselor to see a client’s experience, understand the feelings connected to the experience, and show understanding to the client, which this way causes them to feel appreciated, comprehended, and considered (Hepworth, Rooney, Glenda Dewberry Rooney, & Strom-Gottfried, 2016). It brings about better customer treatment results and to treatment. One of the techniques of showing compassion is by practicing undivided attention. This includes zeroing in on the customer while killing annihilations and tuning in with both the ears and eyes. Like this, the specialist catches both verbal and non-verbal components of the customer’s correspondence, for example, looks and non-verbal communication. Undivided attention is giving the client appropriate criticism, to help them open up. Compassion can belooked at through perceiving the clients feelings. Advisors should initially permit the client to communicate their interests and disappointments before redressing the issue. This causes the clients to feel approved and expands their confidence in the specialist (Hepworth, Rooney, Glenda Dewberry Rooney, & Strom-Gottfried, 2016). 

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