Person-centered therapy, developed by Carl Rogers in the 1940s, recognizes people as inherently motivated toward personal growth and therapists as facilitators of change. The person-centred approach developed from the concepts of humanistic psychology. Taking the view that every individual has the internal resources they need for growth, person-centred counselling aims to provide three 'core conditions' (unconditional positive regard, empathy and congruence) which help that growth to occur. It is also known as Rogerian therapy or person-centered therapy.
There are many person centred therapy treatments available in Australia. The above details all professionals who offer person-centered therapies in their practices.