Proposed by Canadian psychologist Leslie Greenberg, Process Experiential Psychotherapy focuses on the moment-to-moment experiences of the client in an attempt to guide their cognitive and effective processing in such a way as to reach client-defined goals. One of the core elements of this therapy would be emphasis on the therapeutic process over content.

PROCESS EXPERIENTIAL PSYCHOTHERAPY: "Process experiential psychotherapy emphasize the process rather than the content of the interaction."
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