What is a visitor-centered therapy?
By American psychologist Rogers C, 1902?
1987) was founded in the 1940s. It introduced the subjective initiative of mobilizing patients (also translating visitors) and explored their potential. It was not worth the diagnosis. The treatment was more listening, receiving and understanding, that is, patient-centered or surroundingPsychotherapy of patients.
In 1974, Rogers also proposed a further extension of implant therapy, renamed human-centered therapy (personal-centered therapy), more people-oriented, rather than patients or visitors, further highlighting the person being treated as a normal person, as the potential of psychological development is not exhaustedThe stage of adverse events or problems that are exerted or exposed, the treatment itself is to guide the person being treated to understand and understand themselves, and to realize their potential.