cours5239_u4_d1 - In the person-centered approach the client rather than the therapist determines the direction and goals of therapy and the therapist's

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In the person-centered approach, the client rather than the therapist determines the direction and goals of therapy and the therapist's role was to help the client clarify feelings. The attitude of the therapist an empathic understanding of the client's world and the ability to communicate a nonjudgmental stance to the client. (Corey,2013) Client comment 1: "I have no idea what to do, and I hope you can tell me." Response: I understand the things you are going through and I am here to help you make the right decision. Let’s talk more about your problems because I see something is really bothering you. Client comment 2: "My mother thinks I'm making the wrong decision and that makes me so angry. She is always trying to control me." Response: It seem like your problem begins with your mother and she likes to be in control. It is important for you to make your own decisions whether right or wrong instead of listening to others' opinion.
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