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Three Comments on 3-1 and One on 3-2: Tim, Natasha, Steve
there are three comments on students post of 3-1 who are Steve, Natashia, and Vincent then one comment on 3-2 which the question change. The question for 3-2 is could you be genuine, accepting, and emphatic with all clients? what types of problems or clients would present problems for you in terms of being emphatic? How would you work with clients with whom you did not feel these three conditions? This is Steve post for 3-2. Each comment has it own in text citation I need in five days
According to Tim, the two theories possess many similarities in the manner that they both respect the subjective experiences of the client and his/her autonomy in making choices. The existentialist theory proposes that the individual suffers psychological disturbance when not true to himself while in the client-centered believes that disorganization leads victims to fulfillment (Blatt 2013). Tim is of the idea that the two can be merged. Combination of the two theories would mean that the psychologist allow for existence of both natural growth and self-actualization by the individual. The active approach adopted by existentialist therapists will synchronize and find the client-centered approach through encouraging the client to face his/her psychological concern. Eventually the client moves himself to a stable position because of the therapists challenge.