Talking about shame can be a deeply uncomfortable experience . . .
. . . and clients may go to great lengths to avoid discussing or admitting to feelings of shame.
But as we know, shame that stays hidden will continue to grow more powerful, often bringing on even more shame.
So in the video below, Christine Padesky, PhD shares a specific set of questions that can help even the most reluctant clients begin to talk about their feelings of shame.
Have a look.
If you found this video helpful and would like to hear how the top experts in the field (like Bessel van der Kolk, MD; Marsha Linehan, PhD; Peter Levine, PhD; Pat Ogden, PhD; and more) work with clients suffering from deep feelings of shame, click here.
Now we’d like to hear from you. What are some ways you help your clients when they find it difficult to disclose feelings of shame? Please let us know by leaving a comment below.