Carol Mccloskey – Praticienne en psychothérapie – Counselling – Cabinet Psychothérapie – 9 Place de Gaulle 06600 Antibes – 06 01 82 53 72

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Welcome. The information on my website aims to address some of the questions people have about psychotherapy. The field has been shaped by many theories and I am open to their  value in my therapeutic practice but essentially my work is based on the Person-Centred Approach (PCA) developed by Carl R. Rogers.

I am an accredited practitioner and member of the French association for Person-centred therapy (AFPACP) accredited practitioner and member of the European Network for Person-centred and experiential psychotherapies (PCE Europe) and an associate member of the Center for Studies of the Person (La Jolla California)

Warmth and respect

This approach is a professional accompaniment based on deep respect for the experience  of the individual in their singularity and their personal process. In this approach I have confidence in the person’s ability to use whatever resources they need to find their own direction.

Support and trust

My goal as a therapist is to accompany the person whilst being fully present, warm and open to them.  This gradual, therapeutic engagement on both sides, creates a free and confidential space where the person can continue their search and self-exploration in their own way and at their own pace, thereby offering the possibility of real change and growth.

Person-centred therapy

My therapeutic stance is based on three core conditions: Empathy – being with the person where they are, Unconditional Positive Regard or non-judgement. Congruence – the therapist’s genuineness – is also a key ingredient.  When appropriate I will take care to share my outlook without expecting the other person to agree with everything I say.

As you browse this site you will find more details about my work and therapy in general. I also welcome any questions you may have so please feel free to contact me

“The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. ..Beautiful people do not just happen.”   –  Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

Carol McCloskey