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Introduction

ByAnne L. Strozier

Psychotherapists rely on a variety of therapeutic approaches including psychodynamic, analytic, humanistic, systems, cognitive, narrative, and solution-focused treatment. These therapies use different techniques to help clients, ranging from reflection to interpretation, education to confrontation, and mirroring to seeking solutions. Though these techniques vary a great deal, they have one thing in common: they are verbal interventions.