Our History 

Person-Centred Therapy (Classical Client-Centred therapy) evolved from the initial work of Carl Rogers and his team in 1940’s America. 
The therapy was radical in its time as it offered an alternative to Freudian and cognitive-behavioural approaches. The therapy concentrated more on the qualities of the relationship between client and therapist rejection of diagnostic evaluation, and labelling. 
When Carl Rogers died in 1987 the person-centred approach had been recognised around the world either for his work as a practitioner or his work with regard to conflict resolution, international peace effort or cross cultural work. 

Can I help? 

If you want to talk about how person centred counselling could help you, contact me on 07800 836908 or email me by clicking here. All communications are strictly confidential so you can call in complete confidence and safety. 
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