≡ Menu

Professional Practice

The Challenging Client – Part V

The Challenging Client – Part V

The resistant client can be puzzling for a helping practitioner. Why would anyone take the time and spend the money to seek help, only to argue against every suggestion made? Why would a person dismiss every bit of advice, stating “that doesn’t work”? What are the underlying reasons for this behavior? There are a variety […] Read more

{ 0 comments }
Reiki Courses: Online and In-Person

There are many opportunities for Reiki trainings. A variety of classes are available for both in-person and online courses. One of the wonders of Reiki is that it is so versatile that one can learn in either setting. This is so extremely beneficial for several reasons. One, is the accessibility for a wide variety of […] Read more

{ 1 comment }
The Challenging Client - Part IV

Unlike the angry client in the previous article, where it is relatively easy to detect this client, the passive-aggressive client may be more difficult. This person may take actions that are passive in nature but are actually aggressive in intention. It may be difficult to figure out what is really going on, as the behaviors […] Read more

{ 0 comments }
The Challenging Client – Part III

When the client walks into your practice room, you immediately detect the distress emanating from her being. She practically stomped, and her face was set in a frown. Then, she complained about everything – the traffic was too heavy, the waiting room was cold, and you were running five minutes late. While she expressed her […] Read more

{ 0 comments }

The Challenging Client – Part II

The Challenging Client – Part II

In my series on Challenging Client, another category to explore is the Unworthy Client – the person who thinks he is unworthy of being healed – although he continues to participate in Reiki treatments. Often, the Reiki practitioner hears confusing, contradictory comments from this client. The client may say he seeks healing, but also says […] Read more

{ 0 comments }
Our site uses cookies. By continuing to use our site you are agreeing to our privacy policy.