On Becoming a Person
Rogers, Carl R.
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, USA
Year Published: 1961
Pages: 419pp ISBN: 0-395-08134-3
On the human potential for growth and creativity.
Table of Contents
Introduction To the Reader
Chapter 1 " This is Me"
HOW CAN I BE OF HELP
Chapter 2 Some Hypothese Regarding the Facilitation of Personal Growth
Chapter 3 The Characteristics of a Helping Relationship
Chapter 4 What We Know About Psychotherapy - Objectively and Subjectively
THE PROCESS OF BECOMING A PERSON
Chapter 5 Some of the Directions Evident in Therapy
Chapter 6 What It Means to Become a Person
Chapter 7 A Process Conception of Psychotherapy
Chapter8 "To Be That Self Which One Truly Is":
ATherapist's View of Personal Goals
Chapter9 A Therapist's view of the Good Life: The Fully Functioning Person
GETTING AT THE FACTS:
THE PLACE OF RESEARCH IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
Chapter10 Persons or Science? A Philosophical Question
Chapter11 Personality Change in Psychotherapy
Chapter12 Client-Centered Therapy in its Context of Research
WHAT ARE THE IMPLICATIONS FOR LIVING?
Chapter13 Personal Thoughts on Teaching and Learning
Chapter14 Significant Learning: In Therapy and in education
Chapter15 Student-Centered Teaching as Experienced by a Participant
Chapter16 The Implications of Client-Centered Therapy for Family Life
Chapter 17 Dealing with Breakdown in Communication - Interpersonal and Intergroup
Chapter18 A Tentative Formulation of a General Law of Interpersonal Relationships
Chapter19 Toward a Theory of Creativity
THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AND THE PERSON
Chapter20 The Growing Power of the Behavioral Sciences
Chapter21 The Place of the Individual in the New World of the Behavioral Sciences
Appendix A Chronological Bibliography of the publications of Carl R. Rogers. 1930-1960.