Essay about Person-Centered Therapy: Personal Model of Helping

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Personal Model of Helping
Unconditional Empathetic Empowerment Therapy (UEET) is closely related to Person Centered Therapy to a certain degree. This particular model or approach of therapy is designed to meet the clients where they are, see the issues through their lenses, coach them on goal setting, help client become self-aware so that they can find their own way towards a more fulfilling life style. To be able to help develop and build on a client’s strength is an empowering method and tool that a client can apply and use on his or her daily life. When a client is knowledgeable about his or her own strength, it will empower the client to build on their strengths, goals and also to find new strengths and then be responsible to keep it
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Unconditional Empathetic Empowerment therapy is opened to the clients’ choice of topic so that they can move on to recovery. The problems addressed can be from a recent divorce, death of a spouse or family member, alcohol and drugs, insecurity issues, neglect, abuse, and anything that a client needs to talk about that can help eliminate tension build up and other conflicting challenges that can cause harm to them or those around them in the future. Although these problems can be addressed during a therapeutic session, the main focus is not on the problem, but on the client.
An ethnically trained therapist is one who is keenly in the process of recognizing and becoming conscious of his or her own assumptions about human behavior in their cultural client. Also an active therapist is one who respects and attempts to recognize the world view of the culturally client; the therapist can develop sensitive intervention strategies to accommodate to the client as well. When working in counseling, it would be rather more respectful to work and adjust to the clients’ culture rather than demanding the client to adjust to the therapist’s culture. When the clients of a different ethnicity group sees that the therapist has moved the session setting outside of their office setting and into the environment of the clients’, it sends a positive indication of commitment, interest, and acceptance to the individual. Again, therapy is