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Provocative Therapy and Improvisation by Nick Kemp and Andrew T Austin
Provocative Therapy & Improvisation by Nick Kemp and Andrew T Austin
2. Add direction
3. Be forward in attitude
4. Add energy & sense of drama
5. Keep positive with sense of fun
6. Tell, don’t ask
7. Don’t try to be funny
8. Don’t try to be originalThis means working in a very different way with clients and steering away from pre determined set piece techniques often found in other therapeutic approaches. This means the practitioner needs to be really comfortable in themselves when working in clinical situations. The “manner” of the practitioner is as important as what they do in the session.When teaching provocative skills I use the PCW card system which teaches students to develop real flexibility. There are 27 fundamental stances the practitioner can adopt and each of these have a very different effect. Frank was a natural improviser with a great love of music and my experience is that often those who warm to the provocative approach often have a similar love of music and film.
In 2018 I’ll be teaching students in USA, Japan, Europe and online with the 1 – 1 skype programme. A big part of this will be learning how best to improvise and only respond to the client rather than decide what you are going to do ahead of time during the session!
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