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9. Use of Non-Stigmatizing Language

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The clinician's use of non-stigmatizing language reflects the patient's full identity, and acknowledges the patient's capacity to change and grow, by avoiding words or phrases that could be perceived by the patient as dehumanizing, that perpetuate stigma, and that marginalize rather than support.

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