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Person-centred therapy is a humanistic approach that focuses on a client’s values, sense of self-worth and perception of themselves.
The person-centred approach considers humans to have an innate leaning towards meeting our full potential. However, our life experiences can cause us to deviate from this course – particularly if they affect our sense of self-worth.
In person-centered therapy, the therapist will try to understand the client’s experience from their point of view. Rather than interpreting the client’s thoughts or ideas, the therapist will help the client reconnect with their inner feelings and values. This will enable the client to better accept themselves and assist them in moving forward on their own.
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