Promote stronger defense mechanisms
Help clients live up to the ideals that they have introjected.
Promote congruence between the person's experienced self and ideal self
Encourage clients to look at themselves more objectively and realistically.
Conditions of worth
Conditional positive regard
Both A & B
A tendency toward actualization, acquiring it during our first five years of life.
A tendency toward actualization; are born with it.
Unconditional positive regard; acquire it during the first five years of life.
Unconditional positive regard; born with it.
Be willing to enter into a real relationship with a client.
To identify the obstacles to self-actualization.
Help clients examine their past relationships and feelings.
Clarify the client's experience for them
It was supportive.
It was not supportive.
It was constructive.
It was not constructive.
None of these two.
Both of these
Not necessary, sufficient, or facilitative
Not necessary, definitely sufficient in some cases, and always facilitative
Usually necessary, not sufficient, sometimes facilitative
Neither necessary nor sufficient, but typically facilitative for most clients
Past stifled instinctual drives
Current stifled instinctual drives
The more conditional love of parents
The more conditional love of professors
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