"Person-Centered Therapy" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
MeSH (Medical Subject Headings). Descriptors are arranged in a hierarchical structure,
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A nondirective psychotherapy approach originated by Carl Rogers. The goals of therapy are to promote the client’s congruence, self awareness, and self acceptance. This approach views the client as naturally directed toward self actualization, and only needing facilitative conditions in order to promote this tendency.
- Person-Centered Therapy
- Person Centered Therapy
- Person-Centered Therapies
- Therapies, Person-Centered
- Therapy, Person-Centered
- Client-Centered Therapy
- Client Centered Therapy
- Rogerian Therapy
- Nondirective Therapy
- Therapy, Rogerian
- Therapy, Client-Centered
- Client-Centered Therapies
- Therapies, Client-Centered
- Therapy, Client Centered
- Therapy, Nondirective
- Nondirective Therapies
- Therapies, Nondirective
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