Communication Skills in Psychology
Keywords:psychotherapeutic process; client; skills; communication techniques; objectives
For more effective interaction, the psychologist must have interpersonal and relational skills.
For example: the ability to structure the dialogue, the ability to provide easy-to-understand information,
maintaining adequate eye contact. Interpretation of information – attribution of meaning, is the tool
used in all therapies and can be evaluated as deep, superficial and of medium depth. The psychologist
must be impartial, curious, watch how the other person thinks and behaves. As psychologists we are
not allowed to make premature interpretations, we check the intention, the beliefs of the other.
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