Questions, Not Answers: Conversations For Advisors To Navigate Clients’ Anxiety Around Change

Clients who retain a static belief through dynamic times can experience feelings of frustration, demoralization, shame, and anxiety.
In this article, Meghaan Lurtz explains how narrative therapy can be used “not only to facilitate change but also to help cultivate a deeper understanding of the self.”
“… widening the perception of the initial fact – to allow for additional possibilities – can help us to see ourselves differently as more capable problem-solvers who can change and grow. And this subtle shift is often all that is needed to open the door to change.”
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