Process-oriented psychology deals with a very broad spectrum of human experiences. It is the practice of deliberately pursuing what is already there and encouraging what is just trying to exist within us and around our environment. Therefore, process-oriented psychotherapy is non-invasive, as it is not the therapist who decides what to change in the person with whom they are working. The job is to see the tendency to change that already exists within the client and help to make it even more real. The therapist is primarily interested in this experience.

Working with the process is an attitude towards what happens to us. It assumes that what we encounter can be significant and encourages a search for meaning within the experience. Our daily worries, problems in relationships, dreams, bad moods, physical symptoms or fears, besides the suffering that they cause, can also have a positive aspect: as they tell us valuable information about ourselves allowing to live life fully, truly and more happily.


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