Hello Aesthetic Healing Providers,
During the course of treatments so many thoughts flow through our minds as we robotically attend to our procedures. Connect-the-dots thinking can protect us from barely sufficient care giving applications by bringing together the various components of our treatments for closer examination.
I believe in the treatment option of connecting-the-dots thinking as it pertains to aesthetic procedures because it requires me to rely more on my intellectual skills. In addition, it makes me more succinct in my therapeutic applications. I enjoy the way it invites me to micro-manage my treatment steps so when I encounter a more multifarious condition I am already mentally primed to take it on.
As we all know there is no one in our treatment rooms watching over us every minute and pressuring us to be wise. Therapeutic applications can easily become routine, in fact, hazardously so. Without critical reasoning outcomes we succumb to rudimentary delivery systems so when we are threatened by an unknown predicament during procedures we are not ready for the perils that accompany the unexpected.
Connecting-the-dots thinking move us past the A, B, and C’s of our therapeutic administrations and takes us all the way to the X, Y, and Z’s on a path that we pave with our intellectual intention. It demands of us that we recognize the correct order of sequence and ask ourselves why it is or is not applicable in this particular instance. When we think through the technical delivery of our treatments we begin to see distinct relationships between our actions and their outcomes as they unfold. We notice the elements worthy of capturing our attention so we can work out the details if they require altering to achieve the desired resolution we have mind. Strategic thinking allows us to mentally analyze all that we uncover as we pass through our procedure step-by-step. It provides us with a platform that increases the frequency of our attention in a seemingly natural way. It is a therapeutic strategy that goes beyond visual surveillance and gives us the proper guidance with which to intervene to make the fitting adjustments with greater exactitude when and where required. Most importantly, it interrupts old worn out patterns and ingrained treatment habits so that our client’s aesthetic requirements are attended to by us in an entirely efficient manner.