Avoid these Clichés in your practice

Are you tired of the same old, tired questions in your sessions?

Do you want to breathe new life into your client interactions and foster deeper connections?

Join us for an eye-opening webinar that will revolutionize the way you approach counselling.


Exclusively on Google Meet

Link: https://meet.google.com/fia-ukzd-hbp

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And you really don’t have to do this alone,…

Join Counsellors, Coaches and other fee-for-service professionals in Storytellers Powerhour WhatsApp Community here: https://chat.whatsapp.com/KJ929DUKlMUK9XaUjvAp9r

In this captivating session, you’ll discover:

1) Innovative Questioning Techniques:

Explore a repertoire of fresh, thought-provoking questions that will engage your clients on a whole new level.

Unlock the hidden depths of their emotions and experiences.

2) Avoid Clichés, Embrace Authenticity: Learn how to steer clear of the dreaded “How did that make you feel?” and other overused phrases.

Discover the art of crafting questions that truly resonate and demonstrate your genuine interest.

3) Ignite Client Transformation: Unlock the power of transformative questioning and watch as your clients open up, gain new insights, and embark on a journey of self-discovery.

Witness the profound impact of your words and witness the breakthroughs.

Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your counselling practice and connect with your clients in a way that truly matters.

This is fully sponsored by Kenya Institute of Professional Counselling so there’s absolutely no excuse not to be part of the conversation that’s changing the game.

I’ll see you LIVE, so make sure to have your pen and a book and ready to learn.

Micah Langat

PS: If you’re reading this, chances are, you’re already a counsellor and if not, click here to get started now>

And if you are practicing or looking for opportunities to spice up your game this is a must-attend webinar for you.

Just set an alarm for this because, weuh!

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