- Core Condition
- Meditative Practice
- Homework Assignment
- Empathic Understanding
- Unconditional Positive Regard
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Witty, M.C. (2007). Client-Centered Therapy. In: Kazantzis, N., LĽAbate, L. (eds) Handbook of Homework Assignments in Psychotherapy. Springer, Boston, MA . https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-29681-4_3
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