Hypnotherapy and PersonÂ CentredÂ Theory
Carl Rogers (born in 1902 and died in 1987) pioneered the person centred therapy approach to well-being and this is a common method of treatment that is often used today. The main key to this type of therapy is for the therapist to closely listen to their clientsâ needs, desires and problems. In addition, their job is help clients develop and implement an effective problem solving technique that will ultimately generate a more positive outlook on life. Therapist need to totally understand their client issue and where they stem from and clients need to trust a therapist to be able to freely open up about their problem and allow themselves to be lead them down a positive and productive path of healing.
This mental therapeutically approach has been proven to be effective and there are many benefits linked to this treatment, but it can be time consuming and by no means is it the only type of therapy that works. Many therapists use a combination of person centred therapy and hypnotherapy to quickly, safely and effectively get to the root of the problem.
It doesn’t matter if you want to become healthier by losing weight, removing a phobia, seeking relaxation techniques that can be used every day and/or learning to cope with anxiety â a hypnotherapist can help you make positive changes in your life.