Its current practice, implications and theory
Rogers, Carl R.Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company, New York, USA
Year Published: 1965 First Published: 1951
Resource Type: Book
A presentation of nondirective and related points of view in counselling and therapy.
Table of Contents
PART 1 A Current View of Client-Centered Therapy
The Developing Character of Client-Centered Therapy
The Attitude and Orientation of the Counselor
The Therapeutic Relationship as Experienced by the Client
The Process of Therapy
Three Questions Raised by Other Viewpoints: Transference, Diagnosis, Applicability
PART 11 The Application of Client-Centered Therapy
Group-Centered Psychotherapy by Nicholas Hobbs, Ph.D.
Group-Centered Leadership and Administration by Thomas Gordon, Ph.D.
The Training of Counselors and Therapists
PART 111 Implications for Psychological Theory
A Theory of Personality and Behavior
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