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Person Centred Therapy

What Is Person Centred Therapy?

Person Centred Therapy sessions places emphasis on creating a non-judgmental and empathetic environment. It focuses on individuals’ innate capacity for self-awareness and self-direction, with the therapist acting as a facilitator to help clients explore their feelings, values and experiences. The core features of Person Centred Therapy include unconditional positive regard and empathetic understanding, fostering a collaborative and empowering process that encourages clients to navigate their own paths to self-growth.

Where Can I Get Person Centered Therapy Near Me?

We offer face-to-face sessions from our London clinics in Finchley (N3 2JU), Brixton/Clapham (SW2 5UL) and Hackney (E2 9FN). Home visits are available on request if you do not wish to travel.

We also provide online and over-the-phone services which means that we can assist those across the UK and further afield. Whether you need Person Centred Therapy in Glasgow in Scotland, in Newport in Wales or anywhere else across the country, you can get in touch today to book an appointment.

How Does Person Centred Therapy Work?

Step 1: Establish A Trusting Relationship

Step 2: Explore Feelings

Step 3: Encourage Personal Growth

What Is Person-Centred Therapy Used To Treat?

The Oak Tree Practice can support you with an extensive range of issues including:

Person Centred Therapy For Depression

Person Centred Therapy For Anxiety

Person-Centred Therapy For Low Self-Esteem

Person Centered Therapy For Trauma

Person Centred Therapy For Jealousy

Person Centred Therapy For Schizophrenia

Person Centered Therapy For Addiction

Person Centered Therapy For Bipolar Disorder

How Can The Oak Tree Practice Help?

The Oak Tree Practice has a reputable team of qualified psychologists and counsellors who can focus on the key concepts of Person Centred Therapy. With a wealth of experience, our experts can tailor the sessions towards your requirements, incorporating other treatments such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy if appropriate.

We pride ourselves in offering a safe and non-judgemental space for our clients to feel comfortable and express their feelings. Our team genuinely care about each individual and will endeavour to assist you in any way that we can.


Frequently Asked Questions About Person-Centred Therapy

What Is The Aim Of Person Centred Therapy?

The aim of Person Centred Therapy is to facilitate personal growth by providing clients with a non-judgmental and empathetic space where they can express their thoughts and emotions openly. The goal is to empower individuals to become more self-aware, make meaningful choices and move towards a path of positive change.

What Is The Difference Between CBT And Person Centred Therapy?

The main difference between CBT and Person Centred Therapy lies in their approaches to addressing psychological challenges. CBT focuses on changing thought patterns and behaviours to alleviate specific symptoms, while Person Centred Therapy emphasises creating a supportive environment for self-exploration and personal growth.

What Are The Strengths And Weaknesses Of Person Centred Therapy?

Person Centred Therapy provides a non-judgmental space for self-exploration and promotes personal growth. However, it relies heavily on the client’s self-directed exploration, which might not always suit individuals seeking more directive or goal-oriented approaches. In this case, our therapists may tie in other strategies or techniques if they believe that they would be more beneficial to the client.

Can The Oak Tree Practice Offer Me Person Centred Therapy Today?

Our team will endeavour to book you an appointment as soon as possible, within a few hours or days depending on availability. Get in touch via our contact form, Whatsapp us on 07926 713 198 or call us on 020 8936 7666 for a free 15 minute no obligation chat to find out if person centred therapy could benefit you.

What Are Some Examples Of Person-Centered Therapy Questions?

Person-Centered Therapy questions are designed to encourage self-exploration and promote deeper understanding of one’s thoughts and emotions. Examples of questions that may be asked include: “How do you feel about that situation?”, “What are your thoughts on your response?” or “How does that align with your values?”. These questions aim to guide individuals towards greater self-awareness.

Can I Book Sessions As I Go Along?

Yes, you can book sessions as you go along. We aim to help you in the shortest amount of time possible and therefore do not request a certain minimum number of appointments at The Oak Tree Practice. We are extremely flexible and can follow your lead based on how you are feeling.