The Practitioner’s Guide to Mirroring Hands


A Client Responsive Therapy That Facilitates Natural Problem-Solving and Mind-Body Healing

The authors have extensive experience of psychology, psychotherapy and human dynamics and are internationally recognised experts in the use of innovative approaches to addressing many issues. This book is a guide to practical therapeutic techniques that can be used by practitioners to explore an issue through the use of their hands to unlock problem solving and mind-body healing to arrive at a resolution. It has been written for mental health practitioners and is aimed at those working in the fields of counselling, psychotherapy, psychology and hypnotherapy.

Chapters include:

  • The History of Mirroring Hands
  • Language Principles: Client-Responsive Language
  • What Is and What Can Be: Internal Review
  • Clearing Out the Negative, Preparing for the Positive: Closing the Door
  • Improvising, Drama, and Mirroring Hands: The Flow of Client-Responsive Therapy

The book opens with a transcript of a conversation between the authors that explores how Mirroring Hands developed. It’s an interesting way to approach the subject and the notes provide deeper insight into how the authors express themselves.

This is a really interesting book that uses illustrations and short case studies to provide insights into how this approach can be very effective in addressing complex issues.

Authors: R.Hill and E.L. Rossi
Publisher: Crown House Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-178583246-8

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