Person Centered Group Therapy Person-centered therapy which was developed by the psychologist Carl Rogers involves the therapist to enter the client’s phenomenological world but where a substantial proportion of the treatment process becomes the client’s responsibility. In the person-centered approach, the clients are the experts of their lives and their experience. Rogers maintained that theory is a process which liberates the person and eliminates barriers to the person’s potential for growth (Corey, 2008). Although the therapist assumes a nondirective role in person-entered therapy, the therapist does make every effort to ensure an environment that will be conducive for the client’s growth and so that the person will become more...The end:
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