When a client is triggered, it can often set off a cycle of reactivity that makes them feel anxious, angry, or out of control.
But how do we help a client who might not even realize they’re being triggered in the first place?
In the video below, Zindel Segal, PhD, shares a two-step approach for helping clients identify their triggers so they can regain control of their response.
Check it out – it’s about 5 minutes.
How have you worked with a client who struggled with identifying and managing their emotional triggers?
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