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Therapists Should Build a New Cultural Competence: 'Onlineness'

Therapists Should Build a New Cultural Competence: ‘Onlineness’

Many humanistic therapists aspire to practice “unconditional positive regard,” an unwavering acceptance and support of the client popularized by American psychological titan Carl Rogers. Like all ideals, unconditional positive regard is difficult (or impossible) to fully achieve. It takes skill, practice, and maturity to quiet and disregard the constant chattering of mental judgment—even for experts …

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Therapists Should Build a New Cultural Competence: 'Onlineness'

Therapists Should Build a New Cultural Competence: ‘Onlineness’

Many humanistic therapists aspire to practice “unconditional positive regard,” an unwavering acceptance and support of the client popularized by American psychological titan Carl Rogers. Like all ideals, unconditional positive regard is difficult (or impossible) to fully achieve. It takes skill, practice, and maturity to quiet and disregard the constant chattering of mental judgment—even for experts …

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