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Person-Centered Counseling

Person-Centered Counseling is a person-centered decision support process whereby individuals are supported in their deliberations to determine appropriate support choices in the context of the person's needs, preference, values, and individual circumstances.

Person-Centered Counseling focuses on:

  • Person-centered approach.
  • Identifying the individual's needs, values, and preferences.
  • Interaction.
  • Facilitation.
  • Evaluation of options.
  • Decision support.

Person-Centered Counseling includes:

  • Conducting a personal interview.
  • Providing information on public and private resources.
  • Connecting people with resources.
  • Supporting individuals in decision-making.
  • Co-developing an action plan.
  • Following up.