Person-Centered Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy

What is Person-Centered Therapy?

Person-centered therapy is an approach to psychotherapy, also known as Rogerian therapy, and client-centered therapy. This method allows clients to tell their own stories at their own pace, using the therapeutic relationship in their way. It utilizes an empathetic and non-directive approach in aiding the patient to be motivated for treatment.

Problems helped by Person-Centered Therapy;

Person-Centered Therapy may improve a variety of conditions including;


What are the benefits of Person-Centered Therapy?

The benefits of Person-Centered Therapy include;

Find answers to your problems
Gain an ability to trust oneself and others
Healthier, more fulfilling relationships
Overall health and sense of change
Increased self-esteem 
Recovery from depression, anxiety and more

Schedule Your Free Call

Finding the right mental health professional takes a phone call, a first session, or a few sessions. We commend you for taking the first step, calling for help. You’re welcome to schedule a complimentary call of 15-20 minutes so we can talk about your concerns and explore a possible therapeutic relationship.