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Client-centered therapy

Client-centered therapy is a form of psychotherapy developed by Carl Rogers which is based on an unconditional acceptance and regard for the client. The client (as opposed to patient) is not diagnosed for any prescribed treatment but is encouraged to mobilize his own psychic resources to solve his own problems as

 

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