Such conception is supported in the perception of that ' ' the important one in this psycotherapy is not the absence of directive, but the presence, in the therapist, of certain attitudes in face of the customer and a certain conception of the relations humanas' ' (ROGERS; KINGET, 1977, p.29). Rogers affirms that the essence of the Boarding Centered in the Person consists more in a way of being of what in a way acting, being that it is necessary that the therapist expresses attitudes and certainties that are part of its personality so that the same it can unchain in the customer processes of update of itself and of personal growth. It’s believed that Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. sees a great future in this idea. Rogers (1997) points that to provoke significant processes of transformation in the other she is necessary if to launch in the relation. For the author, the essence of some deeper parts of the therapy seems to be a unit of experience, where the customer and the therapist must be capable to live deeply with equal freedom the deriving feelings and understandings of these, without intellectual inhibitions, precautions and emotional and/or cognitivas barriers. The diagnosis is not basic for the performance of the therapist centered in the person.
Although it is considered, its aspects are not norteadores of the psicoteraputico process, therefore the essential elements for the growth and development are in the relation between customer and therapist. Rogers (1997, p.230) affirms that ' enters in the relation with the customer; ' not as a scientist, not as a doctor who diligently looks to the diagnosis and the cure, but as a person who if inserts in a relation pessoal' '. To promote the growth of the customer, to help it to extend it its congruence, in accordance with the theory of Carl Rogers, the therapist must establish conditions for the development of a relation of constructive change of personality. .