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When faced with the challenge of recording only oneself during a therapy session on Zoom while ensuring the client's voice is audible but their face remains out of the recording, a few simple steps can be taken. Start the Zoom session and ensure that the video feed is focused on your own face, so only you are visible. Then, as the therapist, enable the recording feature on your end, which typically captures both audio and video by default. This allows your voice and image to be recorded while maintaining the client's voice in the audio. To ensure the client's face remains out of the recording, request that they turn off their video feed during the session, preserving their privacy. Additionally, it's essential to maintain the ethical standards of client confidentiality throughout this process. This practical approach to recording a therapy session on Zoom ensures that your journey into soul therapy remains a private and respectful experience for your client.