Forming relationships is a difficult skill to master. We have all experienced uncomfortable moments when we don’t know what to say, are overcome by nerves, or simply felt stuck and unsure of the next move. Working in professions that cater to children often have us feeling vulnerable - wondering how we can connect. No, the goal isn't to be their "friend," but we do want to be received as a positive, trusted, and supportive advocate. This is no easy task, but it is possible!
Building Rapport: A 4-step guide towards professional intimacy.
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