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The reduction or digestion of fibers (usually linen) by enzymes.

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On drawings, abbr. for return.
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In short, to facilitate the rehabilitation counseling process and growth in the client, rehabilitation counselors may assume either a counselor-client approach, in which both partners are active participants in the learning process (as espoused by Rogers); or a counselor-centered approach may be employed as in the case of reality therapy and rational emotive therapy.
Chapters include: rational emotive therapy with children, psychological competence-based therapy for young children and their parents, problem-solving communication training, social skills training, cognitive-behavioral anger control training, adolescent relapse prevention, a treatment program for children with conduct disorders, a treatment program for adolescent bulimics and binge eaters, developmental facilitation groups for children of divorce--the elementary school model, and the treatment of depressed children--a skills training approach to working with children and families.
Rational emotive therapy aids speakers in putting anxious thoughtssuch as, "What would I do if they all walk out during my speech?