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B- Client-Centered

helps people self-actualize through congrence of self and experiences

Rodger’s Client Centered Therapy is based on the premise that every person has a self-actualization tendency that helps them grow toward being a whole person.
If a person experiences conditions of worth some time in their life, they experience incongruence between self and experiences.
In order to establish the “right environment” for the client, the counselor offers three facilitative conditions - unconditional regard, accurate empathy, and genuineness.
To avoid “conditions of worth” and allow clients to be “experts” of their own inner process, the therapist tries not to use positive or negative judgments, avoids use of assessment and diagnosis.
One sentence to sum up Client Centered Therapy Help clients bring congruence between self and experiences in a non-authoritative way so they can once more be self-actualized.
One word sum-up of Client Centered Therapy Self-actualization
Created by: minyambou