“Reflection” in Communication Worksheet

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The most important conversational strategy is scientifically recognized as a reflection in psychotherapy and conversations. It is like holding up a mirror, repeating the speakers’ words as they say them, and matching the tone, feelings, expression, or body language with them. At times, the counselors might decide to reflect on the whole sentence or a phrase, certainly a few words and even one word depending upon the situation.

What Are the Theories Behind This Worksheet?

Carl Rogers’s Person-Centered Approach is the ideal theoretical perspective that presents the skill of reflection as a mandatory and inherent component of effective communication. It presented the way one can understand and express that understanding of the speaker’s words by incorporating personal insight into the process.

How Will This Worksheet Help you?

Reflection helps in effective communication in different ways. Firstly, it makes the speaker feel heard which in turn increases the trust in the relationship. Secondly, it allows them to hear what they have said and to correct misunderstood. Lastly, one can use it to express their understanding to the speaker. 

How Should You Use This Worksheet?

This worksheet is essential for everyone to understand the role of ‘reflection’ in conversations and have effective communication skills for better understanding and strong connections. 

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