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Reducing Resistance in Psychotherapy 

Reducing Resistance in Psychotherapy
Reducing Resistance in Psychotherapy

Clifton W. Mitchell

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date: 17 April 2021

Chapter 53 outlines methods for reducing resistance in psychotherapy, and presents 14 suggestions including slowing the pace, focusing on details, increasing empathic responding, establishing mutual goals, avoiding early confrontation, and openly discussing clients' and your resistance.

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