Neutrality is defined as not taking part, taking sides, or giving assistance in a dispute.
It's not an easy skill to develop and use, particularly in emotional situations, but it's an important one.
When we are neutral we stay objective, and are often better able to understand people and situations by being unbiased and impartial.
Content Library: Neutrality
Practitioners create a space for the people they are helping, and let them bring the content (rather than a teacher or mentor whose job it is to impart education and information). An impartial stance means being in a place of non-judgement, of holding a space of psychological safety, and maintaining an equal voice to all those taking part.
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