In a psychologically healthy individual, internal and external contact interact; each depends upon the other, and neither can exist in isolation. ... three therapeutic elements ... can further this process: inquiry, attunement, and involvement. ... help the client to integrate his or her self: … the client is offered the therapist’s interest and involvement; ... With careful inquiry, sensitive attunement, and authentic involvement, the therapist will be experienced as dependable, consistent, and trustworthy. ... It has been our observation that good therapists, regardless of theoretical orientation, engage in inquiry, value attunement, and are concerned that their involvement be genuine and appropriate. ...
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