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The Person-Centred Approach

The Person-centred approach focuses on the relationship between counsellor and client. Carl Rogers an American psychologist developed the person-centered approach, he put forward the theory that the quality of the client-relationship was crucial for the process of change and development of the client. Rogers (1962) stated, “the quality of the interpersonal encounter with the client…is the […] Read more…

Delayed Parenthood

  What constitutes being an adult has changed dramatically over the last 50 years. There is an increasing trend for people to delay parenthood, with a growing number of women having their first baby at around the age of 40. This phenomenon has contributed to many developed countries having low fertility rates. Australia’s fertility rate […] Read more…

How To Make Your Dreams Come true

Attachment Theory

I am studying Postive Psychiatry at Sydney University and learning about the Theory of Attachment. Psychologist  John Bowlby was the first to coin the term Attachment Theory. Children need care from their caregiver and without this care, their physical health and mental health can be affected. Types of Attachment: Secure Anxious-resistant Anxious-avoidant Disorganised – may have […] Read more…