The New Neuroscience and Practice of Dynamic Curiosity: Engaging the Client’s Innate Curiosity for Therapeutic Gains
March 21 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
As a clinician, you know the importance of establishing safety, connection, and trust for effective therapy to begin, but the creative possibilities generated by the curiosity between therapist and client is when effective therapy happens.
However, curiosity can be turned off by fear, anger, and negative beliefs. Even excellent therapy techniques can fall short when curiosity is turned off or even just turned down.
And there is so much more to curiosity. The new term dynamic curiosity acknowledges the vital importance of not only curiosity for information but also curiosity for play and meaning. When dynamic curiosity is turned on, all therapies gain something vital, something unexpected, something more.
Join author and expert clinician Richard Hill in his latest captivating webinar as he explores the 3 Curiosity Steps that engage dynamic curiosity as a fundamental in daily practice, describes the new neuroscience of curiosity, and shows how to use dynamic curiosity to create a positive, enjoyable life. You will discover new ways to collaborate and co-create with your clients as you witness their growth and healing.