Core Subjects

Core Subjects

Interpersonal Skills

School of Creative Kinesiology
Carrie Jost, Honorary / AKFRP
18 Moormead
Budleigh Salterton
Tel: 01395 442610 

A four day course, comprising two, 2-day sessions plus homestudy.  This course is designed to help practitioners to go deeper with clients. Witnessing a client’s process and “holding” the session, along with professional communication and listening skills will allow you to take a client to a deeper level of healing.  There are plenty of experiential exercises and creative ways to discover the value of witnessing, listening and communication skills in your client sessions.

Homestudy involves four detailed case studies, completion of a written questionnaire, book review and personal journal. One case study to be completed between teaching sessions, the rest to be completed within 6 wks of completing the course.

Optimum Health Balance 
Susanne Lakin
Woodland View, Dixon Road
North Walsham NR28 9EA
Tel: 01692 407555
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This course is aimed at therapists in general and particularly kinesiologists. It takes place over 2 weekends and is practically based. The skill development and knowledge and understanding is set within the framework of Personal Construct Psychology. The approaches used also enable participants to enhance self-awareness and therefore awareness of others.  Assessment is in 3 parts comprising of a personal journal, a written assessment and an assessment of practical skills.

Progressive Kinesiology Academy UK
Essex.  CO2 0JY
Tel: 01206 738378
Interpersonal Skills is a Core Subject and required to be completed in order to become a professional practitioner in Kinesiology.
IPS is 60 hours total qualification time at Level 3. 
Brief aspects of course include:
  • Listening Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Confidentiality
  • Consent
  • Using open questions
  • How to achieve effective communication through observation
  • Sensitive questioning and listening
  • Body Language
  • The need for, and how to use interpersonal skills when communicating with the client
  • Empathy and blocks to listening
  • Observer Role - How to position self and client to encourage communication
  • How to respond to conflicting advice which clients may receive from different practitioners
  • How to balance the client’s rights against your responsibility to others
  • How the physical, social, emotional and economic context in which people live affects their health, effective functioning and well-being
  • How personal beliefs and preferences affect how clients live and the choices they make
  • Who may act as a companion for the client and how to interact with them
  • Self-Care