COUNSELLING; CH 6 EXISTENTIAL COUNSELLING

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Which is not an essential aim of existential-humanistic therapy?

Answer:
a)  to help clients become more present to both themselves and others
b)  to encourage clients to choose more expanded ways of being in their daily lives.
c)  to assist clients in identifying ways they block themselves from fuller presence
d)  to challenge clients to assume responsibility for designing their present lives
e)  to dispute clients’ irrational beliefs.
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    Which technique is considered essential in existential therapy?


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    In existential therapy, the conception of the therapist is


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Question: Which is not an essential aim of existential-humanistic therapy?
Answer:
to help clients become more present to both themselves and others
to encourage clients to choose more expanded ways of being in their daily lives.
to assist clients in identifying ways they block themselves from fuller presence
to challenge clients to assume responsibility for designing their present lives
to dispute clients’ irrational beliefs.