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Radical Validation

“People are just as wonderful as sunsets if you let them be. When I look at a sunset, I don’t find myself saying, “Soften the orange a bit on the right hand corner.” I don’t try to control a sunset. 886 more words


Therapists Differ and so do Their Approaches

In the most basic sense, therapy is a form of treatment for disorders.  However, not every person that seeks therapy meets the full criteria for a clinical diagnosis, thus therapists are often engaging a client regarding presenting problems.   1,100 more words


Case Conceptualization Using Person-Centered Therapy

Case Conceptualization Using Person-Centered Therapy
Person-Centered Therapy is a type of humanistic psychotherapy that directs clients toward growth and developing his or her full potential. Clients who benefit most from this type of therapy are typically seeking it out and counselors in the field consider themselves to be equal in their relationship with the client. 1,990 more words


An Interview with Natalie Rogers (Daughter of Carl Rogers) about Person-Centered Therapy

Of all the counseling and psychotherapy approaches out there, person-centered therapy might be the most quickly dismissed of them all. I’ve had therapists watch or listen to a PCT demonstration and then make dismissive comments like: “Oh yeah. 1,340 more words

Counseling And Psychotherapy Theory And Practice

guest post by Robert Kingett: Exploring therapy

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I have a special addition to my blog tonight. I have two very best friends. One is Jessica Wilis. She lives with me and is a big sister to me. 2,123 more words

Mental Illness

Play Nice or Tell it Straight

Imagine that your employer always has nice comments to share with you about your work.  Sounds great, right?  You feel as though you must be doing a great job and you’ll certainly get a large bonus at the end of the year. 910 more words

Person-Centered Therapy