As you learned in your readings this week, person-centered therapy is a unique school of thought that provides a positive frame for working with clients to make changes in their lives or address problems that arise. Person-centered therapy, as with other therapies, relies on certain core beliefs related to how humans develop, how they handle stress, how they develop problems or symptoms, and how they change.
This week, you will conceptualize a new case study, Joanne, through a person-centered approach.
To prepare for this assignment:
Review Case Study: Joanne. Think about conceptualizing Joanne and her presenting issues through the lens of person-centered therapy.
Review your Instructor’s feedback on your case conceptualizations of Sam and Kyle.