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humanistic therapies

 treatmentwhereby the therapist seeks see the world through the clients perspective, and to allow theclient to view their situations with greater insight and acceptance, with an ultimate goal ofgrowth and fulfilment. Examples of humanistic therapies include client-centred therapy.

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negativereinforcement

in operantconditioning, a method to increase the probability and strength of aresponse by removing or withholding an aversive stimuli  (negative reinforcer)