The Client-Centered Therapy approach gives you time to tell your story at your own pace without the counselor providing interpretations, advice, and additional evaluations.
Therapists who utilize this type of treatment typically provide reflective listening without trying to direct and/or provide solutions. The goal is to create an environment that communicates to clients they are being understood and not judged. Client-centered therapy may not work well if you find it difficult to talk about yourself or if you have a mental illness that distorts your perception of reality.
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