Corrective emotional experiences refer to life events that allow a person to gain a new perspective on a past experience. The term is used by Self psychology therapists to describe the proce ss of reparenting clients. Corrective emotional experiences is also a term used to describe experiences outside of therapy that change perceptions so that the person feels differently about similar situations.

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