/ˌnɒn dʒʌdʒˈmɛn tl/
not judged or judging on the basis of one's personal standards or opinions:
They tried to adopt a nonjudgmental attitude that didn't reflect their own biases. My guidance counselor in high school was sympathetic and nonjudgmental.
of, relating to, or denoting an attitude, approach, etc, that is open and not incorporating a judgment one way or the other
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Film has the capacity to be nonjudgmental, to be always showing, not telling.
Computers don't suffer, are perfectly nonjudgmental, and utterly undemanding when it comes to aesthetics.
Paraphrasing takes what the client has said and restates it in a nonjudgmental way.
As you listen you should also communicate your understanding and show nonjudgmental acceptance of what is being stated.
Accept survivors' reactions in a nonjudgmental, empathetic manner.
Teens want their health care providers to ask these questions in a supportive and nonjudgmental manner.