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Socratic Questioning in Psychology: Examples and Techniques


Many of us fail to recognize questioning as a skill. And yet—whether in education or therapy—vague, purposeless questions, have a rather aimless quality, wasting time, and failing to elicit useful information (Neenan, 2008).The Socratic method—often described as the cornerstone of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy—solves this inadequacy by asking a series of focused, open-ended questions that encourage reflection (Clark & Egan, 2015).

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