Clean Language and Leading Questions in therapy

In a therapeutic setting, clean language doesn’t mean not swearing at your client (although in most situations you should probably not do that either), it means avoiding leading questions: those that suggest a specific answer. It’s generally thought of as a good thing, but are there situations when a leading question can be better?

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