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  1. clients may identify with and internalize traits of their parents, caregivers, and therapists; conceptually, these concepts are similar to the behavioral concept of modeling
  2. involves a warm regard for the other person as a separate individual worthy of respect; it is impossible to do a good job of conveying upr through direct communication; upr is conveyed not so much by what you say, but how you say it
  3. having 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
  4. Transference; Countertransference; Identification and internalization; Resistance; Working alliance

4 True/False questions

  1. Behavioral and Social psychologists have emphasized that clients respond best to interviewers who display high levels ofCollaboration; cooperation; co-construction;
    The client as the primary expert on his own life

          

  2. Carl Roger's Core Conditionsis 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

          

  3. Accurate Empathyis happening when your client begins to view you in ways similar to how he/she viewed his/her parents or early caregivers; is characterized by inappropriateness; it is like putting an old map on a new terrain; it is a way for us to glimpse a client's early relationship

          

  4. Resistanceoccurs when clients oppose the intentions of the inerviewer or therapist; this perspective can be seen as blaming the client