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Principles in child psychotherapy

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These include:- - that the child should be allowed time to express things - that there should be a focus on some goals - that there should be respect for and acceptance of the child's feelings and thoughts - that the therapist should understand the child's point of view - that it should be borne in mind that most children don't come to a psychiatrist of their own accord

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