Person-Centered Therapy

@inproceedings{Ceil2012PersonCenteredT,
  title={Person-Centered Therapy},
  author={Chenoy Ceil},
  year={2012}
}
Person Centered Therapy (PCT) implies a form of therapy whereby the therapist takes the backseat and allows the client to play the major role during the counseling session (Minddisorders, 2012). This form of therapy is also known as client-centered or non-directive method of counseling as it does not involve any prominent role of the therapist who only assists the client. 

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