You might have a client who is feeling “stuck” and beginning to despair as the pandemic drags on.
And it can be difficult for them to see hope for the future when they feel bogged down in the present.
So in the video below, Lynn Lyons, LICSW, shares how she’s working with clients who feel stuck during this difficult time and provides a few specific questions that can shift their mindset toward change and growth.
Lynn works primarily with kids and young adults, but her questions could be helpful for clients of any age. You might also find this particularly useful if you have parents in your practice.
Have a look.
According to Lynn, steering the conversation away from the language of permanence is especially critical right now.
So now we’d like to hear from you. Do you have a client who is feeling stuck and despairing? How might they benefit from thinking through these questions? Let us know in the comments below.
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