A communication habit to set boundaries for the helping relationship and improve the odds for change.
One who seeks help choosing what to do.
To help a client choose what to do.
One who helps their client choose what to do.
To cause something different to happen.
Offering solutions when it’s time to address resistance.
Presented without judgment or moralization.
To make a choice for someone who is capable of making one for themselves.
An attempt to control a client’s choice through argument, reason, or appeal to values.
Behaviors a client uses to avoid making a choice.
A communication habit that allows your client to engage with the impact of their actions.
A communication habit for saying what you think without controlling your client’s response.