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interest, actively listening
reflecting the client's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
what is not stated, "mind reading," intuitive
understanding of a patient
the connection between a patient's current experience and
past learning or in terms of biological dysfunction
the patient in terms of present and normal functioning
radical genuineness, treating the patient as someone who is not fragile
from Linehan 1997.
state along with suicide threats
risk that outweighs risk of inappropriate hospitalization
strain in therapeutic relationship that creates a suicide risk or
crisis and for which outside consultation seems prudent
to monitor or change medication when overdose risk is elevated
of operant suicide threats, and aversiveness of the hospitalization
for the therapist to have a break from the treatment
from Linehan 1993a.