When a client is describing an intense emotional experience and reports feeling very angry but smiles while telling the story, a person-centered counselor might use which intervention to address discrepancies in the client’s presentation?
When a person-centered counselor focuses on the process in counseling, this means what?
When a counselor asks, “Can you say more about what you mean by feeling angry?” This is an example of what type of question?
Phenomenology is the study of the internal, subjective world. What person-centered intervention is most important for attending this internal world of clients?
Which of the following is the overarching goal in person-centered counseling?
In person-centered counseling the focus of the approach is on?
Person-centered counselors view what as the primary vehicle for change?
What is the fundamental instrument of change in person-centered counseling?
Humanistic counseling approaches are grounded in a type of philosophy that examines a person’s subjective inner reality. This is known as what?