If I look back on those patients whom I have seen change a great deal, I know the heat was in the therapeutic relationship… There was struggle and fear and closeness and love and terror. There was intimacy and outrage, concern and humiliation… It was a journey of importance, more to the patient who had come seeking help, but in fact to both participants. It was a process which carried on throughout the course of therapy and left both patient and therapist altered by the experience… The therapeutic relationship is at the absolute heart of psychotherapy, and is the vehicle whereby therapeutic change occurs. (Greben, 1981, pp. 453-454)
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