It is the client who knows what hurts, what directions to go, what problems are crucial, what experiences have been deeply buried.
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Facilitative attitudes (and skills) can help a therapist gain entry into the group Freedom from a desire to control the outcome, and respect for the capacity of the group, and skills in releasing individual expression Openness to all attitudes no matter how extreme or unrealistic they may seem Acceptance of the problems experienced by the group where they are clearly defined as issues Allowance of the freedom of choices in direction, either for the group or individuals particularly in the near futureCarl Rogers
Don't be the ammunition wagon, be the rifle ... knowledge exists primarily for use.Carl Rogers
"What I am is good enough, if I could just be it openly."Carl Rogers