Client and Counselor

The person who has the knowledge, has the ability, has the skill is the client. Ninety-eight percent of everything that goes on [happens] in a counseling session is the work of the client. Only the client has access to the stack of hurts and to the ten billion items of information that have to be riffled through and sorted and re-evaluated. Two percent of what goes on, the client can’t do, only the counselor can do it, and this part is necessary. So it takes both.

Harvey Jackins

From page 216 of RoughNotes from Liberation I and II

(Present Time 188, July 2017)

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