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Old 12-05-2012, 04:47 PM   #51
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Beautifully stated Keith.
One has to stay back a bit, let the information percolate together with the patient's condition, let their brain take a moment to play with their rubic's cube of their own personal pain puzzle. Fortunately this is fast and easy for most people. Once you've got them to go into their own DorsoLateralPrefrontalCortex, the rest is fairly straightforward. And they are the only ones who can go there, use that.
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I would say that another factor in determining operator vs interactor is your investment in client "getting it" . If you are determined that they buy all you have to say because you have cornered the market on all that is truth in manual therapy then that would be forcing your will upon them. If instead you present your information as a well thought out representation of your understanding of the latest research and ask them to see how that new info settles with them and then open a space for dialog then you have become an interactor and an educator.
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Great thread people!
I can not forget my educator courses - long ago, but occasionally useful.
good teaching is providing an opportunity for someone's understanding (about anything) to develop.
Sometimes one has to provide "facts".
This does not an operator make. In those cases, I would simply call it being a conduit of information and knowledge.
The "facts" are considered the basis of the process - helping the necessary subsequent understanding is by nature, an interactive process. As has been mentioned so eloquently before: "evoking" understanding is a suitable concept.
One can NOT force understanding.
So, it can not be an "operator" mode when one is teaching.

At least, teaching of the right kind.....
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