Client-Centred Counselling The central theme of client-centred counselling is the belief that we all have inherent resources that enable us to deal with whatever life brings.
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They will enable the client to explore aspects of their life and feelings, by talking openly and freely. Some therapies may also use ideas from more than one approach.
It can also be in the form of paraphrasing or repeating a word of emotion that the client has just said. It is your chance to get to know your client and for them to get to know you. Psychodynamic Approach to Counselling Psychodynamic counselling evolved from the work of Sigmund Freud The counsellor does not suggest any course of action, make recommendations, ask probing questions or try to interpret anything the client says.
These three main approaches each support a number of individual therapies. When the counsellor does respond, their aim is to reflect and clarify what the client has been saying.