client-centered therapy

[klahy-uh nt sen-terd]
noun Psychology.
  1. a nondirective method of psychotherapy in which treatment consists of helping patients to use effectively their own latent resources in solving problems.
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client-centered therapy in Medicine

client-centered therapy

[klīənt-sĕntərd]
n.
  1. A system of psychotherapy based on the assumption that the patient has the internal resources to improve and is in the best position to resolve his or her own personality dysfunction.
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