A double-sided reflection is a great way of expressing ambivalence to your client. It’s a short summary of both sides of the ambivalence. It’s basically “You feel two ways about this. On one hand you feel__________and on the other hand you feel____________”. Using the example in the article in this newsletter, you might say to ES, “On one hand you find it hard to make good choices about your food and test, but on the other hand, your family is very important and you want to be healthy to be there for them.” See my short video about this here!