Person Centered Therapy and Zero Balance Therapy

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Essay #: 073612
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Person Centered Therapy and Zero Balance Therapy
Many therapists and counselors consider person centered therapy and Zero balance therapy to be so unorthodox that consideration of using these therapeutic approaches is not even worth serious discussion. But as a professional counselor with knowledge and experience with both person centered therapy and Zero balance therapy, I can attest that there are merits and value to both of them. The best place to begin appreciating person centered therapy and Zero balance therapy is by comparing and contrasting these two approaches.
The Emphasis on Self-Determination in both Therapies
In terms of perhaps the most salient similarity, person centered therapy and Zero balance (ZB) both place emphasis on...
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..... both worlds, Western and Eastern. They are certainly not exclusive practices in this respect, but perfectly complementary. Thus, my professional advice is for other counselors and practitioners to consider the similarities and differences of these two therapeutic approaches and the potential benefits and value each type of therapy offers for integration into practice.
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