Resources

Styles Of Consulting

How do “Consulting Styles” influence treatment outcomes?

By nature we each have our default style of consulting. One that will work with a number of clients.
But there can be times when you either lose clients or they frustrate you by their non compliance with treatment.
In this short course I look at the three styles of consulting and when you might need to adjust to ensure better treatment outcomes.

What to expect:

  • An explanation of the different consulting styles
  • The communication skills that make up each style
  • What patients will do well with certain consulting styles
  • When you might need to adjust your natural style to ensure better treatment outcomes

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Tips to engage the depressed client.

After working as a sports physiotherapist for over 30 years I have come to the conclusion that how patients deal with and recover from their injuries or illness is influenced by 2 important things:

  1. The connection between the clinician and the patient
  2. How the patient is mentally handling the situation they find themselves in

Since finishing my career as a clinician due to arthritis in my hands I have made it my passion to transform the way clinicians deal with even their most challenging clients so that outcomes are dramatically improved for everyone concerned.

We all want to become exceptional clinicians and one of the ways to do that is to embark on continual education. Here we provide some tools that you will not find at conventional courses but can make a big difference in your personal and professional development. They will help you help more people as you master the art of effective, inspiring and influencing communication.

I have brought together components of Neurolinguistic Programming, Motivational Interviewing, Clean Language and Brian Science to provide clinicians like you with tools to manage a variety of clients and situations.

We all want to become exceptional clinicians and one of the ways to do that is to embark on continual education. Here we provide some tools that you will not find at conventional courses but can make a big difference in your personal and professional development. They will help you help more people as you master the art of effective, inspiring and influencing communication.

CHECKLISTS AND WORKSHEETS

Motivation Reference Sheet- points to consider when aiming to improve client motivation

Engaging With The Depressed Client Checklist- tips to help you better engage with sad, withdrawn or mildly depressed clients

DARN CATs- Language clues to a potential lack of compliance and how to respond

Consulting Checklist- a checklist to improve compliance, treatment outcomes and decrease your frustration when working with challenging clients

6 Step Strategy To Deal With The “No Cover” Comment- 6 steps to implement early with your patients to avoid the uncomfortable situation where they tell you they have no cover left

Free Guide On 7 Steps To Creating A treatment Plan That Clients Will Follow

The Influence Of “Why”- the use of the word ‘why’ has a powerful influence on where the attention of the listener goes. Learn which ‘whys’ are effective and which are not

The Map Is Not The Territory- a short video explaining how we can see things very differently from our clients

The Importance Of Eliciting The Why- a short video on the common use of what and how rather than why

Rapport Building Tips related to a number of different cultures

CLICK HERE to access all or any of the above checklists and worksheets

6 Steps Strategy to Deal with the “No cover” Comment

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