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  • A broad term put forth by Carl Rogers that conveys human experiences such as love, affection, acceptance, nurturance, and so on. Rogers argued that individuals must experience this from others to have positive regard for themselves. Therefore, to be effective, according to Rogers, the therapist must hold the client in unconditional positive regard.

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