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nondirectional

[¦nän·di′rek·shən·əl]
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One piece of lore in particular this research has already complicated is the directive versus nondirective approach to tutoring.
The purpose of this presentation is to discuss the use of nondirective play therapy to treat survivors of trauma.
Nondirective pregnancy options counseling and referral is essential for informed consent.
For these reasons, nondirective counseling was conceived based on the idea of separating clinical genetics from the eugenic practices of the early 20th century.
In addition to simple resting, they undertook two different mental meditation activities, nondirective meditation and a more concentrative meditation task.
Harber, Schneider, Everard, and Fisher (2005) classified social support into two types: directive and nondirective. Directive support means that support providers are overinvolved and overprotective.
When is it appropriate to ask what you've called "directive" or "nondirective" questions?
Nevertheless, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) decided that a country "must not structure its legal framework in a way which would limit real possibilities to obtain [abortion]." Biased counseling contradicts the ECHR mandate for objective, nondirective abortion information.
Hence, Barbro Aberg's working process is characterized by an ability to work with a nondirective mind, allowing impulses from her deeper intuition to manifest.
In 13 chapters, mental health specialists from the US and Europe outline directive and nondirective evidence-based play interventions for children, integrating cognitive-behavioral techniques.
Skilled coaches are nondirective when they believe the student is competent, has valuable ideas about what to do and needs a nudge--in the form of questions--to get going.
The report cites a 2013 Health Affairs article entitled "Decision Aids: When 'Nudging' Patients to Make A Particular Choice Is More Ethical Than Balanced, Nondirective Content," which gave this advice on how to get people with prostate cancer to agree not to have costly surgery: