The client and the psychotherapist have an equal say in the therapeutic outcome during an EFT session. Client cooperation is a living, breathing entity that evolves. Rather than informing the client what they think about their experiences, the therapist will assist in interpreting them. The therapist will listen with compassion, refrain from passing judgment on the client’s feelings, and thoughtfully ask questions.
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