Information giving refers to one of three (3) problem-focused skills, commonly used skills, in which the clinician offers objective information of which the client is truly unaware in an effort to help the client reach his or her goals . More potentially harmful than offering alternatives but less than advice giving. Please see also Offering alternatives and Advice giving.

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