Person-Centered Therapy


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Man in person-centered therapy with his therapistMental health is an integral part of living a healthy and happy life. When mental health issues arise, seeking treatment to manage your symptoms and improve your overall well-being is essential. Person-centered therapy—also known as client-centered therapy—is one type of treatment that offers support and validation to the individual receiving care. Call 866.931.9312 to speak with someone from the knowledgeable staff at Evoke Wellness at Miramar about our person-centered therapy programs and how they can help you on your journey toward better mental health.

Why Is Maintaining Good Mental Health Necessary?

Mental health is essential to our overall physical, emotional, and psychological well-being. Poor mental health can lead to difficulty functioning in day-to-day life, including relationship problems, work performance, or general quality of life. It’s important to recognize when mental health issues have become overwhelming so that you can seek out the appropriate treatment for yourself or someone else. If you are struggling with any of the following, it may be time to seek out professional help:

  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Unable to cope with daily responsibilities
  • Having difficulty sleeping or concentrating
  • Experiencing changes in appetite or energy levels
  • Feeling isolated from family and friends
  • Hearing voices or seeing things that aren’t there
  • Feeling like harming yourself or others

If any of these symptoms sound familiar to you or someone close to you, please seek help immediately. Evoke Wellness at Miramar offers compassionate care for individuals struggling with addiction and those who need assistance managing their mental health issues.

What Is Person-Centered Therapy?

Person-centered therapy is a type of psychotherapy that focuses on the individual rather than attempting to diagnose them with a specific disorder. This approach aims to empower the individual by providing unconditional positive regard and being nonjudgmental while helping them discover their own inner strengths and resources to make positive changes in their lives. The therapist serves more as a facilitator than an authority figure in this therapy setting.

Person-centered therapy can be beneficial for individuals looking for treatment for addiction and those looking for general mental health support. It has been known to be particularly helpful for patients struggling with depression or anxiety disorders because it allows them to explore their feelings without fear of judgment or criticism from their therapist. This form of therapy also works well for patients who don’t feel comfortable talking about their experiences directly but still need guidance in understanding their emotions or behavior patterns.

How Does Client-Centered Therapy Work?

Person-centered therapy aims to create an atmosphere where the individual feels safe enough to express themselves openly and honestly without fear of judgment from their therapist. During these sessions, the therapist will also actively listen without trying to “fix” anything. Instead, they will focus on validating feelings by simply listening compassionately and offering feedback if the patient requests. By utilizing empathy, unconditional positive regard, and active listening, the therapist helps foster trust between themselves and the patient, allowing both parties involved to gain insight into what is causing distress.

The benefits associated with undergoing person-centered therapeutic interventions include:

  • Improved communication skills
  • Enhanced self-awareness
  • Increased sense of self-esteem
  • Greater insight into personal motivations and behavior patterns
  • Enhanced problem-solving abilities and decision-making processes
  • Improved interpersonal relationships

These benefits can improve mental clarity and emotional stability, ultimately leading to greater happiness and contentment.

Find Person-Centered Therapy in Florida at Evoke Wellness at Miramar

Person-centered therapy is an effective way for individuals struggling with addiction or other mental health issues to find relief and healing. This approach allows patients to feel safe and accepted while processing difficult emotions and uncovering hidden motivations, which can facilitate lasting change and growth within themselves. Contact Evoke Wellness at Miramar today at 866.931.9312 to learn more about our client-centered therapy programs.