Therapy With Coerced and Reluctant Clients
- Define coerced and reluctant clients and the forces responsible for bringing them to therapy.
- Explain how therapists can contribute to the reluctant and coerced atmosphere of therapy.
- Explain the concept of not asking questions in therapy and propose alternatives to questions.
- Provide examples of appropriate therapist responses to aggressive, hostile, and avoidant clients.
- Demonstrate how therapists may use statements in various therapeutic scenarios.
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