At the New York Person-Centered Resource Center, we believe that people have an inherent capacity to select what is best for themselves. Under conditions that allow them to clarify their needs and identify their natural problem-solving impulses, they will begin to grow, and develop their full potential. Our practice finds its roots in the work of American psychologist Carl Rogers, Client-Centered Therapy, The Person-Centered Approach, as well as other forms of Humanistic Psychology, and the Psychiatry Reform movement.
The Center was founded in 2004 with the purpose of helping clients develop their full potential. To this end, we promote the development of our clients’ internal resources, and provide guidance in recognizing and solving problems. We offer psychotherapy for individuals, couples, families, and groups.
The Center is located on the ground floor of one of the historic houses of Milligan Place, a charming Greenwich Village landscaped courtyard with a water fountain. Built in 1852, and once occupied by the playwright Eugene O’Neill, Milligan Place is considered a landmark building by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. Its serene atmosphere makes Milligan Place an ideal location for mental health practices. There's more information about Milligan Place on New York Daily Photo.