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Disclosure, Proximity, and Eye Contact in Counseling

Could you please explain how appropriate disclosure, proximity, and eye-contact can be used, effectively, in two of the following types of counseling sessions: individual, couple, or family, and provide a specific circumstance in which each would be effective to illustrate your explanation?

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Could you please explain how appropriate disclosure, proximity, and eye-contact can be used, effectively, in two of the following types of counseling sessions: individual, couple, or family, and provide a specific circumstance in which each would be effective to illustrate your explanation?

Could you please explain how appropriate disclosure, proximity, and eye-contact can be used, effectively, in two of the following types of counseling sessions: individual, couple.

I am choosing to discuss with you the "individual" and "couple" option in the question. The question asks to explain how appropriate disclosure, proximity, and eye-contact can be used effectively. In thinking about disclosure, a therapist can effectively use disclosure to provide examples of their own life situations to reflect upon what is currently occurring for the client. For example, perhaps an individual client is battling with alcohol addiction. It is appropriate, and oftentimes helpful, for a therapist to disclose to a client if they were an alcohol addict as well in the past. ...

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In this solution, you will learn the how proximity, disclosure, and eye contact can be used effectively in therapy with examples.

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