Person Centered Therapy

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Person Centered Therapy

November 6, 2013 Forms of Therapy 0

This form of therapy deeply exudes an interpersonal acceptance and relationship. It focuses on the client’s feelings and is a non directive humanistic approach. In order for this process to be successful, we provide unconditional positive regard, genuineness, and emphatic understanding; in other words, we listen attentively and respectfully without judgment. This works best for clients who wish for a relationship centered therapeutic process rather than a technique centered one.

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