The Practitioner’s Guide to Mirroring Hands
The Practitioner’s Guide to Mirroring Hands: A client-responsive therapy that facilitates natural problem solving and mind-body healing by Richard Hill and Ernest L. Rossi. This book describes in detail how Mirroring Hands is conducted, and explores the framework of knowledge and understanding that surrounds and supports its therapeutic process. Foreword by Jeffrey K. Zeig, Ph.D. Mirroring Hands is a practical therapeutic technique that can be utilised by all practitioners for the benefit of their clients. With a tranquil state of focused attention as the starting point, the practitioner invites the client to explore an issue by projecting it into their hands; with one hand representing the difficulty or disturbance, the other becomes the natural container for resolution and comfort. This enables the client to engage with their deeper therapeutic self and connect to the natural flow, cycles and self-organising emergence that shift the client toward beneficial change.