Answer C is correct: Gestalt therapists discourage clients from asking questions because questions are viewed as a method for keeping the focus of therapy off of oneself and/or for avoiding what one is really thinking. Consequently, when a client asks a question, the therapist often asks the client to convert the question to a statement. Note that answer A is the opposite of what is true: Gestalt therapists avoid asking “why” questions because they tend to elicit a rationale or excuse from clients.
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