What is the primary differences between social and therapeutic relationships?

What is the primary differences between social and therapeutic relationships? The amount of emotion invested. The degree of satisfaction obtained. The kind of information given. The focus of the relationship.

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Answer:

The primary difference between social and therapeutic relationship is the focus of the relationship.

Explanation:

A therapeutic relationship focuses on the client´s needs. The priority is to attend to the client's necessities and wellbeing, to stablish channels of communication and enabeling the communication.

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