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In Process Oriented Psychology, the practitioner follows Signals from the client or group to access information. Signals are individual aspects of the flow of information, which can manifest in any or all of the channels. The process worker can work with signals that stand out as unique in comparison to the overall picture of the client as clues to the personís secondary process. For example, if a person is quiet and withdrawn, but wears a bright green shirt, the shirt might be a signal of a secondary process of something like boldness.

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