It is just as important to attend to nonverbals in the effort to approximate understanding.
Culture only refers to ethnicity or race.
According to the reading in Chapter 5, these 3 things are facets of discerning meaning:
Listening, Receiving, and Attending
Verbals, Receiving, context
Nonverbals, verbal, and contex
What can be described as “the back-and-forth process that generates meanings and perspectives frequently unanticipated at the outset”?
Helping clients to critically evaluate normative judgments is an example of social justice work.
What are some systems of nonverbal cues:
All of the above
What does it mean to “walk in another’s shoes”?
Power plays no role in counseling
A both/and view of clients does recognize that pain can exist alongside pleasure, and sadness alongside joy
What is the act of making something that is covert overt?