Have you ever been working with a client or leading a group… and some of your own “stuff” got triggered?
Maybe someone reminded you of your mother, or your ex-husband. Perhaps you felt envious of someone, or frustrated that they weren’t picking things up more quickly.
If you’re a leader or teacher of any kind, I think it’s safe to say that there’s a 100% chance this has either happened to you before – or will happen in the future. After all, you’re human!
We ALL have triggers and buttons that get pushed from time to time.
In psychodynamics, this is called countertransference – when we get triggered by our students or clients. To work with the upmost integrity, it is crucial that we clearly understand how to manage our own sh*t, as well as our students.
So how can you stay fully present with your clients or students, while also attending to your own needs? How can you create an atmosphere of complete trust and integrity that brings out the best in others?
That’s the topic of today’s short video…
After you watch, I’d love to know: “What is the number one thing that triggers you?” Please help me to create a community of real vulnerability and accountability by commenting – and sharing this video with others!