The relationship a person has with his or her therapist is extremely important and has the potential to significantly improve or damage the patient’s well-being, an article in PsychCentral reports. This relationship is more important than the type of therapeutic techniques used by the therapist. These findings show that a strong effort should be made towards building a trusting and respectful relationship, if one can not be made it is in the best interest of the patient for treatment to be terminated. To read this article in its entirety, click here.