In psychology, reflection is when a therapist reflects back the patient’s words toward them. Think of the famous notebook a therapist always keeps in the movies. They often record a patient’s words to be said back at a later time, hopefully at a pivotal moment to encapture some understanding in the patient. It’s performed so the client can hear an outside force repeating their thoughts in a different context, as hearing someone else say our thinking can help make it more obvious if flawed.
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