Having provided a strong warm atmosphere where a genuineness therapeutic relationship i.e. supports, empathy, understanding, trust and being non-judgemental existed between both us (counsellor and client) helped Jenny to open to her negative/positive past and present situation using her own energy in order to restructure and change her thoughts and her behaviour. Being real and safe helped to her explore on those reason that is causing negative belief and actions which is affecting her thoughts and behaviour that need to be changed and encouraged Jenny able to understand who she is and to develop a real sense of herself (self-awareness), her responsibilities and freedom Having explored into Jenny’s thoughts, behaviour and experiences bearing in mind the therapeutic goal that we have agreed on it is quite obvious that an intervention strategies need to be applied focusing on Jenny’s understand on who she is, being able to make a meaningful choice on how to live her life what to do irrespective of where she is and who she is with (self-awareness and self-understanding) As Jenny have mentioned that she is scared of keeping friends, I believe Jenny need to free herself from the negative assumption and the attitude she have in mind about friends and focus on her responsibility in making decisions in the best interest of herself that will help her live a life to the fullest. Being in the world involves the physical world, the world of relationship with others, and one’s own relation to self. In regards to her alcohol addiction she mentioned that she has reduced her alcohol consumptions after getting a new job thereby highlighting growth, changes and self-actualized and able to use her own judgement to recognise her problems and have to make choices well enough to create a meaningful life style. According to Carl Rogers who believe that people can only fulfil their potential for growth and changes if they have a positive view of themselves and this was seen in Jenny who have a self-directed choice to reduce her alcohol intake and also have made up her made to accept therapy, taking responsibility for her freedom.