As practitioners, there’s one thing we don’t talk about nearly enough – mistakes.
Because let’s face it, we all want to avoid mistakes. But we’re human. And just like everyone else, we make them.
In order to grow as practitioners (and avoid future mistakes), it’s vital that we have frank conversations about our experiences – and what we’ve learned from them.
In the video below, Steven Hayes, PhD opens up about a mistake he once made with a client – and how that experience has shaped him as a practitioner.
Take a look – it’s about 4 minutes.
How have you responded to mistakes in your work? And what have you learned from your experience?
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