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"He is never going to change. He is set in his ways," the client complained. "let's think about it. Does this hurt you or him.?" The therapist is applying:

a. behavioural therapy
b. a cognitive treatment approach
c. psychodynamic therapy
d. contingency contracting

I am thinking that B is not the answer. but i am not so sure can someone help please

  • Psychology -

    One key word is "think," which is a cognitive process. Why are you rejecting it?

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    thank you:)

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