A behaviorist studies body language

How to learn to read faces

Can you learn to read faces in self-study?
With online training you can increase your ability to recognize emotions after a relatively short period of time if you practice about ten minutes a day. But what microexpressions look like in real life, in motion and when speaking, is something you only learn in long, guided training sessions. The real challenge is to be able to respond appreciatively and purposefully to these emotions, i.e. in response to the other person. This is also best practiced in face-to-face training.

Which performance of a well-developed emotion recognition ability particularly impressed you personally?
What trained profilers can use to solve crimes is impressive. However, you also work with certain questioning techniques and analyze not only the microexpressions, but also body language, tone of voice and voice. I once experienced this analysis on myself during my training when the trainer said to me: “You disagree.” He had recognized this even though he only saw me out of the corner of his eye. I found that very exciting.

What want Reach people who are doing this kind of training with you today?
They want to expand their social skills for professional reasons, for negotiations, sales, application or employee interviews, acquisition. But this also applies to therapists and doctors who want to improve their skills in dealing with patients and their relatives. In retrospect, many find that the training also helps them in personal relationships. Anyone who can read emotions basically benefits from every encounter in life.