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I shall be looking at Psychodynamic counselling which has its roots in the theories of Sigmund Freud. His studies focused on the belief that our emotions, thoughts and behaviour stem from the unacceptable thoughts from childhood which we allow to influence our current thinking. Consciously and unconsciously these repressed thoughts and feelings eventually can influence our lives manifesting as depression, fears and conflicts. He also identified three driving forces of the mind. The Id, this contains the instinctual drives and impulses that motivate our behaviour. The Ego, the rational, partly conscious part of the mind.   The Super-ego the conscientious side of our mind, parental rules and taboos.
Also Person Centred counselling developed by Carl Rogers this deals with the “here and now” principle.   It focuses on the personal relationship between a counsellor and his client, encouraging clients to explore and create positive change for themselves.   You could say that the core theory is the tree trunk and the branches the different types of counselling branching off.
Both approaches to counselling use the core conditions, these are, UPR unconditional positive regard, Empathic understanding, Congruence.   Together these three core conditions are believed to enable the client to develop and grow in their own way.
the core method of counselling can be applied to, helping someone who has experienced bereavement and are having problems moving through the stages of grief.
Using the guide lines of the BACP a counsellor strives to give a client a good standard of practice and care.   These are a clear set of guidelines for the counsellor to follow and set a standard for all counsellors to work from.   It protects ar monitoring.   The BACP ethics for counselling include; Values, Principles and Personal moral qualities.

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