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How can person-centred counselling help?

Here are some ways that person-centred counselling can help:

  • Aims to build a supportive space: Person-centred counselling provides an environment for individuals to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences.

  • Encourages self-exploration: Person-centred counselling encourages individuals to explore their own thoughts, feelings, and experiences, rather than relying on the counsellor to provide answers. This can help individuals to develop a greater sense of self-awareness and self-understanding.

  • Fosters personal growth: Person-centred counselling is based on the belief that individuals have the ability to grow and develop towards their full potential. The counsellor works with the individual to identify their personal goals and aspirations and supports them in achieving these goals.

  • Focuses on the present: Person-centred counselling is focused on the present moment. This can help individuals to develop greater mindfulness and awareness of their thoughts and emotions in the present moment.

  • Builds self-esteem and self-acceptance: Person-centred counselling promotes self-esteem and self-acceptance by focusing on the individual's strengths and positive qualities, rather than their weaknesses or flaws.

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