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Self-disclosure refers to the verbal disclosure of personally sensitive information by client or counselor, and may involve disclosure about actions, thoughts, or feelings.
The necessity of client self-disclosure in counseling has a long tradition, beginning with Sigmund Freud, who asserted that clients ...
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