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'''Client attitudes''' refers to the [[attitudes]] of [[clients]] in [[psychotherapy]], particularly to the degree they affect preferences for particular therapies, [[therapist selection]], the [[therapeutic alliance]],[[treatment compliance]], [[treatment outcome]] and [[client satisfaction]].
 
'''Client attitudes''' refers to the [[attitudes]] of [[clients]] in [[psychotherapy]], particularly to the degree they affect preferences for particular therapies, [[therapist selection]], the [[therapeutic alliance]],[[treatment compliance]], [[treatment outcome]] and [[client satisfaction]].
   

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Client attitudes refers to the attitudes of clients in psychotherapy, particularly to the degree they affect preferences for particular therapies, therapist selection, the therapeutic alliance,treatment compliance, treatment outcome and client satisfaction.



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