Promoting psychological wellbeing and growth through person-centred counselling and supervision
Susan Stephen has been in practice as a person-centred counsellor since 2003 and as a supervisor since 2008. She has developed a particular interest in the impact of loss and change in our lives.
“I am committed to working with each client and supervisee in an empathic, respectful and collaborative way that enables you to develop your capacity to grow and thrive within the unique circumstances of your life, relationships and work.”
Person-Centred Therapy is a humanistic approach to counselling, first developed by Carl Rogers (1902-1987) and since elaborated by many committed practitioners and researchers working throughout the world who share the philosophical assumptions, values and principles underpinning the approach: in summary, that everyone has a natural tendency to develop and grow in a constructive direction when nurtured within a non-directive relationship in which the person feels understood, accepted and respected. For more information: www.pce-world.org
“Non-directive therapy is not passive but actively follows the client, closely, carefully, creatively.” Stephen Joseph
“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.” Carl Rogers