Nonverbal Behavior in Interpersonal Relations
This text emphasizes the preventive, developmental, and remediation goals of counselling, and the variety of target populations and therapeutic modalities. It focuses on the counsellor as the primary instrument in the counselling relationship, describing the skills and techniques used.
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Gesture and Movement
Face and Eye Behavior
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