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Reassurance is the action of removing someone's doubts or fears and restoring confidence. This is usually achieved by language but can be communicated nonverbally

Reassurance in clinical settingsEdit

Where appropriate, reassurance can be an important aspect of psychotherapeutic techniques particularly where people feel they are going mad, are going to be sectioned, or that there is something seriously wrong with them.

Reassurance for childrenEdit

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