client-centred therapy


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Related to client-centred therapy: Carl Rogers, Person centered psychotherapy

client-centred therapy

n
(Psychiatry) psychol a form of psychotherapy in which the therapist makes no attempt to interpret what the patient says but encourages him or her to develop his or her own attitudes and insights, often by questioning
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There was also a high level of commitment to client-centred therapy, using theory to inform practice, bringing clients into the multidisciplinary team, and to ideas more recently promoted in the literature, such as enablement and justice.
Rogerian theory: A critique of the effectiveness of pure client-centred therapy. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 13, 345-351.

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