Person Centred Counselling - Evaluate the criticisms of Person Centered therapy
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... CENTRED COUNSELLING - EVALUATE THE CRITICISMS OF PERSON CENTERED THERAPY By and Institutional Affiliation
Carl Rodgers’ approach to psychotherapy through a client-centred therapy today remains a viable approach. Contrary to other theories of the time, patient therapists rarely ask questions, offer interpretations, make a diagnosis, or provide advice. Instead, Rodgers’ introduction of the client-centred therapy allowed clients to offer their own stories, while using therapeutic associations in their own definition (Joseph & Linley, 2005, p. 262). According to Joseph and Linely (2005, p. 262) this means that therapists do not have to disagree or agree with clients, blame or offer rea...