Be Seen. Be heard. Be you.
Elyce Kiperman-Gordon, MS, LCMHC, NCC
I am licensed to provide in-person, online video or phone counseling throughout the state of Florida.
Deep listening is an essential component of effective communication in conversations. It involves fully focusing your attention on what the other person is saying, understanding their message, and responding thoughtfully. Deep listening goes beyond just hearing the words someone is saying; it involves being fully present and engaged in the conversation
Here are some of the reasons why deep listening is important in conversations:
In summary, deep listening is an important skill to have in conversations, as it can help to build trust, promote understanding, encourage empathy, improve communication, and reduce misunderstandings. By making an effort to listen deeply to others, you can enhance your relationships and communicate more effectively.