Person-Centred Therapy


Person-centred therapy (AKA ‘client-centred’ counselling)

As the name suggests, this form of therapy is centred on the individual person or client. The therapist tries to gain an understanding of how their client perceives themself. The theory behind this therapy is that all humans have an innate capacity for self-improvement and when this becomes blocked it can affect our sense of self-worth. Treatment involves the exploration of these blockages through discussion and it also helps the person to reconnect with their inner values and find ways to move forward.

 

 

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