posted by Quentina on .
Give me an example of a conversation between 2 people that's verbal about a mother and her son skipping school, using drugs. I need to restate what the other person had said in the conversation.
If you are doing verbal communication that mean you can talk about anything, my job would be listening and paying attention. Is that correct
First you need to distinguish between verbal and oral. Verbal is anything that involves words, spoken or written. Oral involves speaking and listening. Although oral communication can be verbal, it may not be (laughter, sighs, moans, pauses, etc.).
You will have to make up your own conversation.
Clinical psychologists, at least good ones, are good listeners, reflecting back to the speaker what has been said.