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Defensive Racial Dynamics
Defensive racial dynamics

The counselor-client relationship is often regarded as the most important aspect of counseling. As the context of change, a good counseling relationship enables a client to self-disclose, explore intrapsychic conflicts, take risks, and work through personal problems. Gelso and Fretz (2001) suggest that an expert's ...

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