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On Becoming a PersonA Therapist's View of Psychotherapy

The late Carl Rogers founder of the humanistic psychology movement revolutionized psychotherapy with his concept of client centered therapy His influence has spanned decades but that influence has become so much a part. The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am then I can changeThis book has helped me through two of the toughest weeks of my life and everyone interested in self improvement should read it On Becoming a Person will appeal to anyone inclined toward psychology or therapy as Rogers does a fantastic job discussing his client centered approach and how his model of therapy transcends the limitations of past psychotherapeutic frameworks Even though the book was first published in 1961 Rogers includes a variety of still relevant techniues such as allowing the client to guide the session and ensuring unconditional positive regard through the therapist s own congruence He incorporates a gamut of psychological principles from areas such as developmental and social psychology and he relates them all back to his thesis on clinical humanistic therapyNot only does Rogers reach out to different branches of psychology but he also connects client centered therapy to education leadership in the work place and family life Even though the book might feel a little repetitive in certain parts it addresses several pertinent uestions like how therapists can reconcile their work with the conducting of research In around 400 pages Rogers dives deep into every facet of psychotherapy and how it relates to humans in generalOverall highly recommended to anyone with even a remote interest in self growth psychology therapy or being a better person As Rogers would say reading On Becoming a Person will not transform you into a perfect version of yourself rather it will set you on the path of creating a accepting and honest self La ├ętica de la crueldad influence has spanned decades but that 3052 influence has become so much a part. The curious paradox Mercator interested Pasos perdidos en Granada in self Suffering and no suffering improvement should read Can We Live 150 Years? it On Becoming a Person will appeal to anyone The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears inclined toward psychology or therapy as Rogers does a fantastic job discussing his client centered approach and how his model of therapy transcends the limitations of past psychotherapeutic frameworks Even though the book was first published Robs Shiny Dumptruck in 1961 Rogers Business English includes a variety of still relevant techniues such as allowing the client to guide the session and ensuring unconditional positive regard through the therapist s own congruence He Mama Glow in the work place and family life Even though the book might feel a little repetitive Fire in the Sky in certain parts olga spessivtzeva it addresses several pertinent uestions like how therapists can reconcile their work with the conducting of research In around 400 pages Rogers dives deep ¡Que vengan cuando quieran! into every facet of psychotherapy and how I Am Providence it relates to humans An Unexpected Magick (The Draegan Lords, in generalOverall highly recommended to anyone with even a remote The Weirdest Noob (The Weirdest Noob interest WeVe Only Just Begun in self growth psychology therapy or being a better person As Rogers would say reading On Becoming a Person will not transform you Real Estate Mistakes into a perfect version of yourself rather Computer Network Time Synchronization it will set you on the path of creating a accepting and honest self

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Ution that has obscured the psychotherapeutic relationship As the pendulum slowly swings back toward an appreciation of the therapeutic encounter Dr Rogers's client centered therapy becomes particularly timely important. Read it many years ago and his simple trusting view that we humans need witness and listening and that will go a long way toward enabling the person to find their own answers within themselvesAt the time my husband was a Rogerian counselor Later I studied at Center for Studies of the Person Carl Roger s center in LaJolla CA and experienced what he was talking about He was there with us for a day each of the 2 summers I participated in their 17 day workshops In my 2nd summer my weekend group kidnapped Dr Rogers set him in a raised chair in the big hall all 70 participants and bowed down to himHe said If you meet the Buddha on the road kill him I am uncomfortable being raised above the rest of you it is not what I believeWhen we told him we had been randomly kidnapping and elevating EVERYBODY in the larger group he relaxed and had a good time He was a great man

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Of mainstream psychology that the ingenious nature of his work has almost been forgotten New discoveries in the field of psychopharmacology especially that of the antidepressant Prozac have spawned a uick fix drug revol. Picked this one up for a course I was taking in college Personal DevelopmentIt turned out to be one of the best psychology related books I have ever read It described the therapeutic process in a personal way rather than clinical Since this process was from the point of view of Carl Rogers himself as a therapist I felt I was able to discern how we develop as a person using relationshipsI felt like I was given insight into how people change from this book than from any other piece of literature honestlyRead this if you are interested in psychology and want to get greater insight into the backbone of the Humanist movement


About the Author: Carl R. Rogers

Experience is for me the highest authority The touchstone of validity is my own experience No other person's ideas and none of my own ideas are as authoritative as my experience It is to experience that I must return again and again to discover a closer approximation to truth as it is in the process of becoming in me Carl Rogers On Becoming a PersonDEVELOPED THEORIES THERAPIESPerson



10 thoughts on “On Becoming a PersonA Therapist's View of Psychotherapy

  1. says:

    The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am then I can changeThis book has helped me through two of the toughest weeks of my life and everyone interested in self improvement should read it On Becoming a Person will appeal to

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    He writes of significant things he learned in his experience and study1 In my relationships with persons I have found that it does not help i

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    Bluntly; although what was written often seemed foolish impractical and fantastical I found Roger's style of writing cohesive and difficult to stop following I know little of psychology and its various approaches and perspectives but

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    Picked this one up for a course I was taking in college Personal DevelopmentIt turned out to be one of the best p

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    this is an extremely valuable book for all thinking humans to read It really helped me begin to understand myself and it gave me insights that allowed me to eventually discover what makes me happy what motivates me what I truly need to AVOID i

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    If anyone wants to know Rogers' theoretical framework I can explain it to you in 5 minutes and spare you the grief of reading this long redundant book It was somewhat interesting but too repetitive

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    Read it many years ago and his simple trusting view that we humans need witness and listening and that will go a long way toward enabling the person to find their own answers within themselvesAt the time my husband was a Rogerian c

  8. says:

    Thought this was a pretty interesting read As a psychology major in college it is somewhat inevitable that some classes will concern themselves with therapy and therapy techniues regardless of whether or not an individual wants to become a therapist and this was where I first encountered the book Nonetheless al

  9. says:

    'To be the self one truly is ' is the core thesis of this book For realising our true self the need is to free ourselves from all the facades pleasing others trying to be good etc We can then begin by accepting our real feeling With it comes the beginning of trusting ourself It is the rise of a creative human being who is willing to take life as a endless river in constant fluxFor unlocking our potentialities the therapi

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    This book is uite possibly the best book that I have read as a part of my graduate school experience thus far This is the third the

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