Yesterday in Therapy School we were practising a technique called Relational Reflexivity. It's meant to be a way that therapists and clients can talk about their relationship/coversations/beliefs/assump
(For example: 'If I were to compliment you on all the changes you've been making, would it make you think I'd be dissapointed if you didn't keep it up?'
And all I could think about was how I should have paid more attention to my grandmother because she was a natural at this. Her favourite saying was 'Well I don't dare say anything, but if I did dare I would say [insert lengthy list of complaints'.