- Person-Centered Counselling -
It is a therapeutic relationship based and built on trust, in a safe and comfortable setting, which allows the client to open up at their own pace, allowing the counsellor into their own world, in a fully confidential manner, facilitating the client’s journey of self-exploration and self-awareness.
You will be encouraged to explore your feelings and emotions during the session, but only if it feels safe to do so. You will not be pushed to discuss anything that you find difficult to explore.
Assessments are carried out to monitor your self-development and your progress, also to ensure that the therapy is working for you. The aim of this form of counselling, is to work alongside the therapist to build courage, self-belief and confidence where needed, to begin trusting in your inner resources, to help you find the answers and feel better about yourself, to move you in the right direction.
It allows you to becoming more reflective of your own journey, more self-accepting and a greater understanding of your own self.
What is necessary to change a person is to change his awareness of himself
- Abraham Maslow -