Don’t you wonder how counselors guide their clients efficiently?
They received proper education and training for this type of career, of course, but that’s not all. These professionals are also successful partly because they can do face reading.
Although it is an ancient practice, it helps a therapist understand a person’s personality or feelings more than what the mouth can say.
“Recent studies have found that the human face can also convey essential characteristics that make us who we are,” writes Vinita Mehta, Ph.D., Ed.M.
The face reading can also tell them whether the psychotherapy works or not. A truth, for instance, means the client is cooperating. A lie, however, indicates that they need to use another face reading strategy to counsel the individual.
In case you still can’t comprehend how facial reading ties up with counseling, let’s talk about three Es: emotions, expressions, and eyes.