Since nonverbal messages have been shown to dominate interpersonal communication, and since their cues are gathered intuitively, it is clearly a distinct advantage for therapists and counsellors to be familiar with this phenomenon. Based on original research into intuition within clinical practice, Rachel Charles provides in--depth explanations of the process, appropriately illustrated with models and case histories. This includes intuitiona s allo--logical and global aspects, its relationship to empathy and its links with spiritual practice. A theoretical framework is thus provided for its comprehension and teaching. While some people are naturally more intuitive than others, the author makes a number of practical recommendations whereby the faculty of intuition can be cultivated by therapists, increasing receptivity to unconscious messages and helping the client to achieve insight. Clinicians, training institutes, their tutors and students, and indeed anyone working with people, will find this book a valuable resource for the enhancement of professional practice.