An emphasis on nonverbal communications means a focus on language and speech.
For many people this means becoming a speech language specialist or a speech therapist.
You will be involved in a wide range of projects and training, from helping people communicate in different ways to helping them understand and use their own words.
There are many other areas of interest, such as training in business and sport, teaching language to deaf people and even helping deaf children to read.
But there is no better way to hone your nonverbal skills than to study with a speech-language therapist.
For more information on what it’s like to be a non-verbal communication expert, read our article on what nonverbal people do and don’t do to improve their communication.
If you’re thinking of becoming a non verbal communication specialist, it’s worth knowing that a speech therapy is only one option.
A range of other nonverbal methods include: using spoken language to communicate with your partner