Person-centred therapy

With support a person can reach their full potential and become their true self.

A person-centred counsellor will help you to explore your own issues, feelings, beliefs, behaviour, and worldview, so you can become more self-aware and achieve greater independence. A therapist explores the ways a person perceives themselves consciously, rather than how a counsellor can interpret their unconscious thoughts or ideas.

Your therapist will not judge you, no matter what you bring to the session. From talking about your experiences from your own perspective can lead to discovering your own abilities and self-worth. You are the expert on yourself, as no-one else knows exactly what it’s like to be you.

A person is encouraged to take the lead in sessions so that during the process they will discover their own solutions. The therapist acts as a compassionate facilitator and acknowledges the individuals experience without moving the conversation in another direction.


How can person-centred therapy support you? 

  • Become more self-aware and build confidence
  • Work through your issues and reach your full potential
  • Realise your own abilities so you can manage future issues
  • Self-acceptance to move forward and grow as a person


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Meet Tracey

Tracey is a qualified person-centred counsellor working with grief, anxiety, depression and low self-esteem.

Accessing counselling

Find out more about how counselling works, how to access our services and pricing options.

Humanistic therapies

Humanistic therapy is all about self-exploration focusing on self-development, growth and responsibilities.

Call: 029 2044 0191
Email: hello@breathe-uk.com