Person-Centered Process: The Soul of Therapeutic Change Therapists are professionally curious. We use our curiosity in Person-centered Therapy to explore the contradiction between the image we get through a client’s self-assessment of their problem and our experience of the person in front of us. Our goal is to know the whole person.
Less Judgment – More Curiosty! Sharman Colosetti, PhD, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in individual and couples counseling for men’s and women’s issues, including psychological, physical and sexual trauma. Dr. Sharman’s clients learn to master their life by developing an in-depth understanding of who they are, learning how others perceive them, […]
To me, the everyday definition of crazy is when you see, hear, feel or smell things that others in the same room don’t feel, see, hear or smell. So, when someone asks me if they are crazy, that’s the open door to figuring out what was normal behavior in their family. For George, normal behavior […]
When someone comes through the door for their first session of therapy, they are in crisis — they may be lonely, depressed, anxious, grieving, angry. They want it to stop. . . and the sooner the better! This is the beginning of the first phase of therapy. We work at figuring out how they got […]