As It Is or As I Am – the Art of Becoming

A journey … towards … being

Learning & Being – chapter 1

“Person-centred counselling is only partly about feelings; … it concerns itself with clients as persons, and that includes feelings, but also thoughts, experience, ideas, fantasies and other sensations.” – such a wonderful conceptualisation of person-centred counselling. Tony Merry continues: “the person-centred approach…rests on a deep respect for and trust in the individual’s capacity for growth, development and creativity.”

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