Online Person-Centred Therapy in London
Self-image is as important as others’ opinions of us. Without a positive self-image and good self-awareness, we cannot change and grow.
However, it can sometimes be difficult to properly understand how our minds operate without a bit of help.
What is Person-Centred Therapy?
Person-Centred Therapy derives from Humanistic theory developed in the 1950s and 1960s. At its foundation is the belief that everyone is capable of being a positive, loving person and leading a happy life. Person-Centred counselling involves an in-depth analysis of a person’s hopes, fears, needs and wants with a view to using this increased self-knowledge to improve their quality of life.
What does a Person-Centered therapist do?
The aim of Person-Centred Therapy can be summed up as helping an individual to achieve their full potential. The theory behind it is that a Person-Centred therapist can work out how a person’s potential has become blocked and what is needed to unplug this blockage. If you undergo a therapy which is Person-Centred, you will be encouraged to celebrate your strengths as well as your perceived weaknesses and use your inner resources to effect change.