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  1. is similar to transference, but involves the interviewer projecting his own issues onto the client; broadly defined as any reaction you may have to your client; client transference can trigger interviewer CT; Freud thought CT was always bad, but contemporary therapists see it as potentially informative
  2. Mutuality: this refers to sharing power and working collaboratively; Empowerment: this concept includes an emphasis on helping clients regain personal power and decision-making power that they have lost to society or to unhealthy relationships
  3. is central to effective interviewing; it is a complex concept characterized by an effort to see the world from the client's perspective; it involves thinking , feeling, and experiencing WITH the client
  4. clients may identify with and internalize traits of their parents, caregivers, and therapists; conceptually, these concepts are similar to the behavioral concept of modeling

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  1. Congruencehaving your throughts, feelings, and behaviors match; Rogers believed that therapists should be honest, somewhat spontaneous, and real; does not mean interviewers should say whatever they want to say...Some censoring is still needed; It's very important to examine your motives when it comes to self disclosure and touch

          

  2. Psychoanalytic and Interpersonal Relationship ConceptsTransference; Countertransference; Identification and internalization; Resistance; Working alliance

          

  3. The Working Alliance(aka: therapeutic relationship) is the explicit professional contract and the enactment of that contract, in therapy; the core conditions of the Person Centered therapy help facilitate the development of a strong WR

          

  4. Unconditional Positive Regard (UPR)is similar to transference, but involves the interviewer projecting his own issues onto the client; broadly defined as any reaction you may have to your client; client transference can trigger interviewer CT; Freud thought CT was always bad, but contemporary therapists see it as potentially informative