Natural Processing Part 3: Teasing Out Process

Continuing Education Learning Objectives

Participants will learn and experience how to:

Describe 3 strategies for “teasing out process”

List 3 signs that your client may be in the hyper-aroused “faux” window of tolerance

List 3 indicators that your client has “disconnected” from completing some issue

Identify 3 indicators that “fattening the moment” would be helpful in the session

Describe 2 ways that “buffering” impacts full engagement

Explain 2 dynamics that make “shame” difficult to expose and work with

List 2 ways that therapists need to be conscious of the pressures they experience

Describe 2 reasons that establishing a solid and flexible “collaborative alliance” is needed to clearly define the therapist’s role.