Active Listening

Active Listening

Active listening comes from the theories of Carl Rogers’ person-centered therapy. This type of listening involves a person (typically a therapist) listening to a person and then responding to the person using techniques such as paraphrasing. In this way, the listener restates what has been said in order to demonstrate empathy, show that he/she was listening and understanding what was being said.

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