The therapeutic relationship is the combination of the counselling skills. It is the connection between the therapist and the client, the bond they create together, that as it builds allows an environment that fosters trust, love, affection, caring, understanding, concern, respect, dignity, equality, compassion, unconditional. Rogers and many other therapeutic theorists would suggest that the relationship is the most important part of therapy. That being held in this safe environment allows the client to be truly open and honest and to foster change because they are allowed to do so, and that change is accepted by the counsellor unconditionally. If you are interested in knowing more or would like to expereince therapy for yourself and you are in the Stoke-on-Trent or Newcastle-under-Lyme area please do call Wright Minds.