This is a really interesting article on the history of some different forms of therapy and how CBT has become most common.
My modality, the person centred approached is part of the humanistic type of therapy and isn’t really mentions much. However, I think its worth noting that it sits between the psychodynamic and cognitive approaches being discussed.
I absolutely believe that all three approaches have there place, just as the therapist will be drawn to one type, so to will be the client if they have a choice. When I first explored training, the person centred approach resonated with me and that is why I chose a course based on this approach.
I urge everyone who is looking to find a counsellor to do some independent reading on the types of therapy available.