And sometimes, that’s because they struggle to consider their own role in a situation.
So how can we help them reframe their perspective and start to shift out of a blame mindset?
Well according to Ron Siegel, PsyD, it can be essential to foster one specific type of self-awareness.
To hear what it is and how we might do it, check out the video below – it’s 3 minutes.
So by helping clients shift their focus in this specific way, it can start to change how they’re experiencing their problem – which in turn can begin to slow a cycle of blame.
Now I’d like to hear from you. How do you work with clients who tend to blame other people for their problems?
Please share your comment below.