The downside to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is that the sessions are time-limited (typically of five to twenty sessions) with an aim to change client’s automatic negative thoughts over a short period of time – clients are required to self-help once outside of face-to-face sessions, and they are likely to be provided with homework and report weekly on their own behaviours and moods (Beck, 2011). This can be very time-consuming for clients and may lead to a delay in the progress of theopoetic treatment or worse; a dysfunctional healing. Another problem with CBT. To make a long-lasting change in the client’s automatic negative thoughts, both the therapist and clients must challenge these deeper thoughts persistently (Stewart-Sicking, 2013), and doing so might lead to more distress to the clients.Person-Centred Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy are both successful each in their own rights – both methods do its best in therepetuic towards clients.The large number of clients that had received PCT for five years were indeed successful and felt a positive gain from it.The core models of unconditional positive regard and empathetic understanding Person-Centred Therapy all about the here and now, allowing clients to self-actualise their own problems with the support and a reflection from counsellors with the showing of an empathic understanding of that person, to feel comfortable enough and discuss their current issues. It is like a caregiver in some ways with expressions of an unconditional positive regard yet remaining professional. With a high percentage of evidence that supports the use of PCT. The client suffering from social anxiety, showed difficulties in adapting to sessions, however, with an empathic attitude and accepts from the therapist allowed this client to open up.
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