chapter  3
The person-centred approach embraces a family of person-centred therapies
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The approach(es) to therapy based on person-centred principles are various. They include focusing, experiential psychotherapy, process-experiential psychotherapy and creative and expressive forms too. Even the form originating directly from Carl Rogers and which has variously been referred to as `non-directive therapy', `client-centred therapy' and `person-centred therapy' has shifted and adapted along the way. So just what is it that characterises the person-centred therapies?