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Counselling theories summary

A two-page summary of several therapies each, collated in point-form and into a pdf file.

counselling theories

Counselling Theories

Person-centered Therapy: therapeutic relationship and process

The client and therapist must be in psychological contact. The client experiences anxiety, vulnerability, and incongruence. In the therapeutic relationship, the client and therapist are equal. 38 more words

Counselling Theories

Person-centered Therapy: human nature & the therapist


All men are good; they are trustworthy, resourceful, capable of self-understanding and self-direction, able to make constructive changes, and able to live effective and productive lives. 87 more words

Counselling Theories

Person-centered Therapy: in a nut shell


Carl Rogers


Therapist must have:
(1) congruence
(2) unconditional positive regard
(3) accurate empathic understanding


Grasps the world of the client and reflects on this understanding. 31 more words

Counselling Theories