Person-Centered and Solution-Focused Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy or PCT is a form of therapy in which there is no set structure and the individual is allowed to talk about whatever they want with very little direction from the therapist. This provides clients with an opportunity to truly develop a sense of self worth and self-awareness that allows them to see the effects of their feelings, attitudes and behavior on themselves and those close to them.

Person-Centered Therapy

Benefits of Person-Centered Therapy

By allowing the person to come to the roots of the problem on their own, it empowers to truly want to change their behavior without feeling forced or attacked. This often results in long-term behavior changes that can have a positive effect on not only the individual but their loved ones as well. To learn more about PCT, call us at 801-895-3006 or fill out our contact form.

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