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Joe R. Davis and Paul J. McCarthy

clients on the nature of the therapeutic work and the means by which it can be of greatest help to clients. Empathy, counseling skills and communication, and the therapeutic alliance are fundamental principles of PCE. Therapists demonstrate these skills within the six core conditions suggested by Rogers

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Tom O. Mitchell, Ian H.J. Cowburn, David Piggott, Martin A. Littlewood, Tony Cook, and Kevin Till

mechanisms and the discourse of identity: The creation of ‘silence’ in an elite sports academy . Culture and Organization, 22 ( 3 ), 221 – 244 . Martin , D.J. , Garske , J.P. , & Davis , M.K. ( 2000 ). Reflection of the therapeutic alliance with

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Artur Poczwardowski, Mark Aoyagi, Thomas Fritze, and Mark Laird

, & Schulte, 2011 ), and even more broadly it has been long discussed under the construct of therapeutic alliance that involves trust, agreement on therapeutic goals, and collaboration on mutually negotiated tasks (e.g.,  Bordin, 1979 ; see also Mack, Breckon, O’Halloran, & Butt, 2018 for a case study in