Person-centered therapy, also known as client-centered therapy, is a form of talk therapy that places the client at the center of the therapeutic process. The therapist strives to create a warm, supportive, and non-judgmental environment where clients can feel safe to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences. The goal of person-centered therapy is to help the client develop a deeper understanding of themselves and their inner world and to empower them to make positive changes in their lives. The therapist does not provide advice but offers empathy, compassion, and unconditional positive regard. This approach emphasizes the importance of the therapeutic relationship and encourages the client to take an active role in their healing process.