Human rights are becoming the global measure for a nation’s health. In some parts of the world, health and wealth are very important, whereas freedom of movement and religion are denied. Counsellors are skilled in the art of both asking probing questions and listening to the spoken and unspoken responses so that they can ask further questions. Lawyers are trained in asking pertinent questions which expose the motives behind people actions and reveal what they don't want others to know about them. Start with general questions, and then enquire about the people group's opinions, before finally giving them the opportunity to reveal the thoughts in their hearts. Valuing group members’ response to the picture is essential. For some people it may be as simple as pointing at a picture to describe themselves; for others it will start a conversation full of stories.