Chapter 11 NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION AND COUNSELING OUTCOME

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Nonverbal behavior is an extremely important mode of communication. In the popular media, numerous books purport to teach the reader how to understand body language. In counselor training (e.g., Carkhuff, 1969; Ivey, 1971) time is usually spent teaching attending skills so that counselors can learn to exhibit the “appropriate” nonverbal behaviors to… (More)

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