[klahy-uh nt sen-terd] /ˈklaɪ ənt ˌsɛn tərd/
a nondirective method of psychotherapy in which treatment consists of helping patients to use effectively their own latent resources in solving problems.
client-centered therapy cli·ent-cen·tered therapy (klī’ənt-sěn’tərd)
A system of psychotherapy based on the assumption that the patient has the internal resources to improve and is in the best position to resolve his or her own personality dysfunction.
- Client-centred therapy
noun 1. (psychol) a form of psychotherapy in which the therapist makes no attempt to interpret what the patient says but encourages him to develop his own attitudes and insights, often by questioning him
[klahy-uh n-tel, klee-ahn-] /ˌklaɪ ənˈtɛl, ˌkli ɑn-/ noun 1. the clients or customers, as of a professional person or shop, considered collectively; a group or body of clients: This jewelry store has a wealthy clientele. 2. dependents or followers. /ˌkliːɒnˈtɛl/ noun 1. customers or clients collectively n. 1560s, “body of professed adherents,” from French clientèle […]
[klahy-uh nt] /ˈklaɪ ənt/ noun 1. a person or group that uses the professional advice or services of a lawyer, accountant, advertising agency, architect, etc. 2. a person who is receiving the benefits, services, etc., of a social welfare agency, a government bureau, etc. 3. a customer. 4. anyone under the patronage of another; a […]
- Client program
noun any software program that runs on a user’s local computer and accesses data stored on a remote computer (server) Examples Each client program is designed to work with one or more specific kinds of server programs, and each server requires a specific kind of client. Usage Note computing