Humanistic therapies apply the person-centred approach.
Humanistic therapies believe that the person is unique, that they consist of an integrated whole of which harmony and balance is integral.
The therapy helps people gain control of their lives and make positive choices about their direction.
Counsellors pay particular attention to an individual's capacity for self-determination. The relationship between the client and the counsellor is seen as an essential component in the realisation of positive change.
The aim is increasing a person's self-awareness, self-esteem, and self-understanding.
The key elements of Humanistic therapies are as follows:
* the here and now;
* each person has the right to autonomy and respect;
* the client is a person struggling for betterment and fulfilment.
Some approaches offer advice to clients and suggest topics to explore.
Humanistic therapies are effective in clients with depression or relationship issues.
If you require help and advice Counselling and Psychotherapy may be provided via Skype and FaceTime in the comfort of your home, office or any place of your choice.