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Person-Centred Counselling

Person-Centered Counseling, developed by Carl Rogers, is a therapeutic approach that places the individual at the forefront of the counseling process. At its core is the belief in the inherent capacity of individuals for self-awareness, self-understanding, and personal growth. The therapist creates a nurturing and non-judgmental environment characterized by three essential principles: unconditional positive regard, empathy, and genuineness (congruence). Unconditional positive regard signifies the therapist’s unwavering acceptance and respect for the client, fostering an atmosphere where individuals feel safe to explore their deepest thoughts and emotions. Empathy involves the therapist’s ability to deeply understand and share in the client’s subjective experiences, facilitating a profound connection. Genuineness refers to the therapist’s authenticity and openness, creating a transparent and trusting therapeutic relationship.

  • Accelerates the body’s self-healing abilities
  • Aids better sleep
  • Reduces blood pressure
  • Helps with injuries and chronic conditions such as asthma, eczema, headaches, etc.
  • Helps relieve pain
  • Removes energy blockages, adjusts the energy flow of the endocrine system bringing the body into balance and harmony
  • Reduces side effects of drugs and aids the body to recover from drug therapy
  • Supports the immune system
  • Increases vitality
  • Raises the vibrational frequency of the body
  • Helps spiritual growth and emotional clearing
  • Assists the body in detoxing

The client-centered approach ensures that the counseling process is client-driven, with the therapist refraining from imposing solutions or interpretations. Instead, therapists act as facilitators, guiding clients in their journey of self-exploration and empowering them to make choices that align with their values and goals. This non-directive nature, coupled with a focus on the present and future, distinguishes Person-Centered Counseling. By taking a holistic view of individuals and emphasizing their unique experiences, this approach has found application not only in psychotherapy but also in diverse fields, contributing to the empowerment and growth of individuals in various aspects of their lives.


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