ABC Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Skills
Understanding counselling theory.
Unit 2- R/601/7575
Hana Lewis- 144383 ABC 17970-33
Page 3 : Introduction. (157 words)
Page 3 : Origins of Person- centred counselling (198 words)
Page 4: Key concepts and principles of Person- centred counselling. (288 words)
Page 5 : How does Person-centred counselling, influence the understanding of the development of concept of self? (245 words)
Page 6 : How does person-centred approach inform counselling practice? (267 words)
Page 8-10: Key features and comparison of different models, with the person-centred model. (400 words)
Page 11 : Conclusion. (200 words)
Page 12: References
Page 13 : Bibliography.
In this assignment, I will be explaining in more detail; the person centred model of counselling, used primarily during this Level 3 course. The concepts and principles of the model and who was responsible for them.
I will be seeking the value of the person-centred model and pitting it alongside its counterparts. I shall discussing two other models, their key features and uses and compare and contrast with the person-centred model of counselling.
In doing so, this will raise my knowledge and awareness, of the person-centred model and other models used within counselling. I feel it is important, to have a solid theory foundation of all the counselling models, methods or techniques and the reasons a chosen model, would inform the practice of a qualified counsellor, before attempting to use them.
I hope to discover the value, similarities and differences of these models in more depth and where they can be effective in the counselling environment.
Origins of Person-centred
The beginnings of person-centred approaches can be attributed to the work of an American psychologist Carl Rogers (1902-1987) and the how he developed what he termed as client centred
References: Carl Rogers, (1961) On Becoming A Person, Houghton Mifflin. Bibliography Levy Joe, (2013) Freudian Slips, Micheal O’ Mara Books Ltd.