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Non-directive therapy

Non-directive therapy is a therapy which accepts an individual's expression of his needs and conflicts on his own terms without any preconceived system of interpretation for steering the person in a particular direction. The most notable example of this kind of therapy is Carl Rogers ' client-centered therapy.

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