Incongruence

Very often in humanistic psychotherapy the client suffers from a poor perceived self. This self image is not the personality they would like to be. The personality they would like to be is called ideal self. The purpose of humanistic psychotherapy is to encourage the client to move towards their more ideal self image, or who they trully are as a pe...
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Incongruence

State of having reservations, not totally committed to an outcome, the internal conflict will be expressed in the person`s behaviour.
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Incongruence

In·con'gru·ence noun [ Latin incongruentia .] Want of congruence; incongruity. Boyle.
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Incongruence

• (n.) Want of congruence; incongruity.
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