Therapy can seem mysterious and daunting, but it involves a process of change and learning. Through therapy, a person can become more fluid and open to experience. People become more willing to be open about who they are. Psychotherapy can seem mysterious and unknown, daunting to people who think about it for the first time. What actually happens? How can sitting down with a therapist and talking about yourself make a difference? It was the psychologist Carl Rogers, whose pioneering research involved listening to recordings of therapy sessions, who first helped us understand what happens during psychotherapy. He observed a general tendency for clients to change in 10 directions.
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