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Summary Intervening or intruding into the life of an individual is the implied agreement in the therapeutic process. The question is not whether to intervene but when, how, and when not to. Our conception and philosophy of mental disorder will determine the frequence and nature of our...
Summary Although I have selected only a few examples of clinical situations to show the importance of silence in the therapeutic process, I hope I have made it clear that the therapist's silence is an important factor in the process. It can enhance or interfere with therapy, usually depending...
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