With time a scarce commodity as it is, some fear that a person-centered approach would mean spending even more time with each client.
Person-centered care does not need to entail longer appointments. It can actually help you save time by allowing you to quickly uncover your client's core challenges and needs.
Yes, person-centered care requires an investment in training. However, this investment can save your clinic time in the long-run, as you can reduce return visits and see more clients.