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Active Listening Skills

Active Listening Skills


There is more to being a good listener than hearing the words another person says. For effective communicators, listening is an active process, rather than a passive one. Active listening benefits both the speaker and the listener. The listener is able to better understand what the speaker is saying and be involved in the process. The speaker is able to feel heard and know that they were understood and connected with the listener. Various factors can make these skills feel very natural for some, and more difficult to learn for others. It is important to remember that learning to be an active listener is a process that takes time and practice. This bundle includes worksheets that enhance active listening skills and understanding. Perfect for counsellors and therapists in training, social skills educators, parents, or anyone looking to enhance their communication skills. 


8.5 x 11 inches




  • 1 PDF File


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