The main purpose of this research is to explore the basic conditions, according to Rogers, for the development of a good counseling relationship and their connection with counseling skills. The study uses a review of the background of past researchers on the subject. Counseling is defined as the process of building therapeutic relationships that help individuals achieve goals in their mental health, education and / or careers. The purpose of a counseling relationship is to help the individual change his / her life for the better. Such a relationship is essential, as it is often the first environment in which the person receiving counseling shares personal thoughts, beliefs and feelings about issues that concern him / her. Counseling skills are important in this relationship, as they are used to empower the person seeking help. Carl Rogers, the founder of person-centered psychotherapy, described some of the key to a successful counseling relationship. Rogers believed that if these conditions exist for some time, the constructive change that the individual needs will eventually take place.