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Must convey that you "feel" what the patient is expressing
-"How do you feel about that?"
-"That must have been difficult for you"
-Non verbal gestures like comforting gesture or handing tissues to a crying patient.
The use of minimal prompts and accent responses to encourage clients to continue verbalizing their concerns. Demonstrates to the client that you are listening carefully
Empathic listening in which the listener echoes, restates, and clarifies. A feature of Rogers' client-centered therapy.
Listening to the client and then repeating, in your own words, what you think the client is telling you.