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information. Therapist may not be judgmental and must disclose personal information to make the client feel able and willing to disclose information as well. Reflecting allows the client to hear the information they presented to the therapist in a different manner. It also reaffirms that the therapist is paying attention. Both Maslow and Rogers believed that is was important for each individual to succeed in life. When Maslow was working with monkeys, he found that certain requirements needed to be met before other things could be done [ CITATION Boe3 \l 1033 ]. Rogers theory requires us to know why we need these things to survive [ CITATION All2 \l 1033 ]. He wants us to know why water and food is important. In addition, it is asked why we keep inventing machines, and
different medicines, and that is because we must strive to live the best life possible and help others in the process. In the Rogerian model, how does empathy facilitate behavioral change? Explain.

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