Client Centered Therapy New Ed

In this bestselling book, one of America's most distinguished psychologists crystallises the great progress that has been made in the development of the techniques and basic philosophy of counselling.

Author: Carl Rogers

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 178033706X

Category: Psychology

Page: 160

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Presenting the non-directive and related points of view in counselling and therapy, this book defines the progress recently made in the development of the techniques and basic philosophy of counselling.

Client centered Therapy

Presenting the non-directive and related points of view in counselling and therapy, this book defines the progress recently made in the development of the techniques and basic philosophy of counselling.

Author: Carl R. Rogers

Publisher: Constable & Robinson Ltd

ISBN: 9781841198408

Category: Client-centered psychotherapy

Page: 560

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Presenting the non-directive and related points of view in counselling and therapy, Rogers gives a clear exposition of procedures by which individuals who are being counselled may be assisted in achieving for themselves new and more effective personality adjustments.


A Way of Being

This unique collection traces his professional and personal development from the sixties to the eighties and ends with a person-centered prophecy in which Rogers calls for a more humane future.

Author: Carl Ransom Rogers

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780395755303

Category: Psychology

Page: 395

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Written by the founder of humanistic psychology, Rogers traces his personal and professional life from the 1960s to the 1980s, and offers new insights into client-centered therapy.

Person Centred Therapy

In L. Fusek (ed.) New Directions in ClientCentered Therapy: Practice with Dif®cult Client Populations (Monograph Series 1) (pp. 41±58).

Author: Keith Tudor

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135454116

Category: Psychology

Page: 320

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The person-centred approach is one of the most popular, enduring and respected approaches to psychotherapy and counselling. Person-Centred Therapy returns to its original formulations to define it as radically different from other self-oriented therapies. Keith Tudor and Mike Worrall draw on a wealth of experience as practitioners, a deep knowledge of the approach and its history, and a broad and inclusive awareness of other approaches. This significant contribution to the advancement of person-centred therapy: Examines the roots of person-centred thinking in existential, phenomenological and organismic philosophy. Locates the approach in the context of other approaches to psychotherapy and counselling. Shows how recent research in areas such as neuroscience support the philosophical premises of person-centred therapy. Challenges person-centred therapists to examine their practice in the light of the history and philosophical principles of the approach. Person-Centred Therapy offers new and exciting perspectives on the process and practice of therapy, and will encourage person-centred practitioners to think about their work in deeper and more sophisticated ways.

On Becoming a Person

The late Carl Rogers, founder of the humanistic psychology movement, revolutionized psychotherapy with his concept of "client-centered therapy.

Author: Carl Rogers

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 054408666X

Category: Social Science

Page: 448

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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 of mainstream psychology that the ingenious nature of his work has almost been forgotten. A new introduction by Peter Kramer sheds light on the significance of Dr. Rogers's work today. New discoveries in the field of psychopharmacology, especially that of the antidepressant Prozac, have spawned a quick-fix drug revolution 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 and important.

Client centered and Experiential Psychotherapy in the Nineties

In our opinion it appears that client - centered therapists have developed their own ... In E.F. Hammer ( Ed . ) , Use of interpretation in treatment ( pp .

Author: Germain Lietaer

Publisher: Leuven University Press

ISBN: 9789061863649

Category: Psychology

Page: 863

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This voluminous book of 47 chapters offers a good cross section of what is burgeoing in the field of client-centered and experiential psychotherapy on the threshold of the nineties. it does not represent a single vision but gives the floor to the various suborientations: classics Rogerians; client-centered therapists who favor some form of integration or even eclecticism; experiential psychotherapists for whom Gendlin's focusing approach is a precious way of working; client-centered therapists who look at the therapy process in terms of information-processing; existentially oriented therapists... Remarkable is that - for the first time in the history of client-centered/experiential psychotherapy - the European voice rings through forcefully: more than half of the contributions were written by authors from Western Europe.Several chapters contain reflections on the evolution—past, present, and future—of client-centered/experiential psychotherapy. The intensive research into the process, which had a central place in the initial phase of client-centered therapy, is given here ample attention, with several creative studies and proposals for renewal. In numerous contributions efforts are made to build and further develop a theroy of psychopathology, the client's process, the basic attitudes and task-oriented interventions of the therapist. The chapters dealing with clinical practice typically aim at the description of therapy with specific client populations and paricularly severely disturbed clients. And finally a few fields are introduced which are new or barely explored within the client-centered/experiential approach: working with dreams, health psychology, couple and family therapy.

Person Centred Therapy Today

New York: John Wiley & Sons. pp 289-311. Rice, L.N. (1980) 'A client centered approach to the supervision of psychotherapy', in A.K. Hess (ed.) ...

Author: Dave Mearns

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1446234096

Category: Psychology

Page: 256

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`This is a book that is rooted in the origins of person-centred therapy but stands at the cutting edge of new ideas developing in this tradition. It will reinvigorate those of us already immersed in this tradition. It should convince newcomers of the vitality and potential of this approach to therapy' - Tim Bond, University of Bristol `This book is clearly a labour of love by two authors with unique abilities and unparalleled experience: readers will be educated, inspired and encouraged in their own dialogue with the person-centred approach'- Charles J O'Leary, Denver, Colorado `Mearns and Thorne have done Rogers proud in suggesting how person-centred theory and practice can, without losing its essence, evolve in new directions' - Richard Nelson-Jones, Director of the Humanistic Cognitive Institute, Chiang Mai Person-Centred Therapy Today represents a significant contribution to the development of the person-centred approach. It will be read by teachers and students of counselling and psychology who wish to keep their knowledge of the approach fully up to date and by all who consider themselves to be person-centred in their approach to helping clients.

Current Personality Theories

Innovations in Client-Centered Therapy. New York: Wiley ... 1 in E. Shostrom (Ed.), Three Approaches to Psychotherapy. ... New York: Capricorn Books, 1958.

Author: Raymond J. Corsini

Publisher: F.E. Peacock Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Personality

Page: 465

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EBOOK The Person Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy Handbook Origins Developments and Current Applications

Roy, B. (1991) A client-centered approach to multiple personality and dissociative process, in L. Fusek (ed.) New Directions in Client-Centered Therapy: ...

Author: Colin Lago

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 0335263550

Category: Psychology

Page: 416

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From the origins of Carl Rogers’ person-centred approach to the cutting-edge developments of therapy today, The Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy Handbook charts the journey of an ambitious vision to its successful reality. In this book, Lago and Charura bring together history, theory, research and practice to deliver a complete and unique perspective on the person-centred approach. Key topics include: •The groundbreaking journey of PCA’s early decades, spearheaded by Carl Rogers•Developments and extensions of the original theory and practice•The influence of PCA in developing new therapies and practice•The frontier of contemporary PCA, and therapists' work with client groups of difference and diversity With its broad view that explores the origins, variations and applications of PCA, The Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy Handbook gives a comprehensive overview of the knowledge required and the issues faced by practitioners, making it an important resource for the seasoned and training practitioner alike.

Social Work Treatment

Beyond counseling and therapy (2nd ed.). New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Cepeda, L. M., & Davenport, D. S. (2006). Personcentered therapy and ...

Author: Francis J. Turner

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0190239603

Category: Social Science

Page: 672

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First published in 1974, Social Work Treatment remains the most popular and trusted compendium of theories available to social work students and practitioners. It explores the full range of theoretical approaches that drive social work treatment and knowledge development, from psychoanalysis to crisis intervention. A treasure trove of practice knowledge, the text equips professionals with a broad array of theoretical approaches, each of which shine a spotlight on a different aspect of the human condition. Emphasizing the importance of a broad-based theoretical approach to practice, it helps readers avoid the pitfalls of becoming overly identified with a narrow focus that limits their understanding of clients and their contexts. This sweeping overview of the field untangles the increasingly complex problems, ideologies, and value sets that define contemporary social work practice. The result is an essential A-to-Z reference that charts the full range of theoretical approaches available to social workers, regardless of their setting or specialty.

Handbook of Experiential Psychotherapy

New York : Wiley . Rice , L. N. ( 1983 ) . The relationship in client - centered therapy . In M. J. Lambert ( Ed . ) , Psychotherapy and patient ...

Author: Leslie S. Greenberg

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 9781572303744

Category: Psychology

Page: 477

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Integrating the work of leading therapists, the book covers both conceptual foundations and current treatment applications. The volume delineates a variety of experiential methods, and describes newly developed models of experiential diagnosis and case formulation.

Theories of Psychotherapy Counseling Concepts and Cases

Client-centered therapy: Its current practice, implications, and theory. ... In O. H. Mowrer (Ed.), Psychotherapy: Theory and research. New York: Ronald ...

Author: Richard S. Sharf

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1305537548

Category: Education

Page: 816

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Reflecting the latest practices from the field, the comprehensive THEORIES OF PSYCHOTHERAPY AND COUNSELING: CONCEPTS AND CASES, 6th Edition equips readers with a solid understanding of the systematic theories of psychotherapy and counseling. A proven author and popular professor, Dr. Richard Sharf combines a thorough explanation of concepts with insightful case summaries and therapist-client dialogues that illustrate techniques and treatment in practice. Dr. Sharf demonstrates how to apply theories to individual therapy or counseling for common psychological disorders-such as depression and generalized anxiety disorders-as well as how to apply them to group therapy. For major theories, the text includes basic information about background, personality theory, and theory of psychotherapy to help readers understand the application of psychotherapy theory. In addition, insight into the personal lives and philosophical influences of theorists helps explain how the theorists view human behavior. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Empathy in Counseling and Psychotherapy

Rogers,C. R. (1966). Client-centered therapy. In S. Arieti, (Ed.), American handbook of psychiatry (Vol. 3, pp. 183¥200). New York:Basic Books.

Author: Arthur J. Clark

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317716809

Category: Psychology

Page: 308

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The purpose of this text is to organize the voluminous material on empathy in a coherent and practical manner, filling a gap that exists in the current therapeutic literature. Empathy in Counseling and Psychotherapy: Perspectives and Practices comprehensively examines the function of empathy as it introduces students and practitioners to the potential effectiveness of utilizing empathic understanding in the treatment process. Employing empathy with full recognition of its strengths and limitations promotes sound strategies for enhancing client development. As an integral component of the therapeutic relationship, empathic understanding is indispensable for engaging clients from diverse backgrounds. This cogent work focuses on understanding empathy from a wide range of theoretical perspectives and developing interventions for effectively employing the construct across the course of treatment. The book also presents a new approach for integrating empathy through a Multiple Perspective Model in the therapeutic endeavor. Organized into three sections, the text addresses empathy in the following capacities: *historical and contemporary perspectives and practices in counseling and psychotherapy; *theoretical orientations in counseling and psychotherapy; and *a Multiple Perspective Model in counseling and psychotherapy. This widely appealing volume is designed for use in courses in counseling and therapy techniques, theories of counseling and psychotherapy, and the counseling internship, and is a valuable resource for counselors, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and other related fields of inquiry in the human services.

Interpersonal Process in Cognitive Therapy

New York: Farrar, Straus, & Giroux. Rice, L. N. 1974. The evocative function of the therapist. In Innovations in client-centered therapy, ed.

Author: Jeremy Safran

Publisher: Jason Aronson, Incorporated

ISBN: 1461628997

Category: Psychology

Page: 312

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Cognitive therapy, with its clear-cut measurable techniques, has been a welcome innovation in recent years. However, the very specificity that lends itself so well to research and training has minimized the role of the therapeutic relationship, making it difficult for therapists to respond flexibly to different clinical situations. What is needed is an approach that focuses on the underlying mechanisms of therapeutic change, not just on interventions. In this practical and original book, two highly respected clinician-researchers integrate findings from cognitive psychology, infant developmental research, emotion theory, and relational therapy to show how change takes place in the interpersonal context of the therapeutic relationship and involves experiencing the self in new ways, not just altering behavior or cognitions. Making use of extensive clinical transcripts accompanied by moment-to-moment analyses of the change process, the authors illustrate the subtle interaction of cognitive and interpersonal factors. They show how therapy unfolds at three different levels—in fluctuations in the patient's world, in the therapeutic relationship, and in the therapist's inner experience—and provide clear guidelines for when to focus on a particular level. The result is a superb integration of cognitive and interpersonal approaches that will have a major impact on theory and practice. A Jason Aronson Book

Person Centred Therapy with Children and Young People

University of Columbia, New York. Rogers, C. R. (1939). Clinical Treatment of the ... In S. Koch (ed.) ... Remarks on the future of client-centred therapy.

Author: David Smyth

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1446275485

Category: Psychology

Page: 232

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This engaging new book presents a 'child-centred' model of therapy that is thoroughly person-centred in its values. Establishing the roots of child-centred therapy in both child development theories and the Rogerian model, David Smyth demonstrates that counselling the person-centred way is exceptionally relevant to young people. The book further develops child-centred therapy theory and practice, applying the model to real-life practice with children and young people, whether in play, school, organisations or with special needs groups. It also explores the complex professional issues so critical with this age group, including challenging boundaries, establishing an effective relationship with parents and other primary carers, legal and ethical considerations, and multi-professional practice. The author's warm, accessible style conveys his passionate conviction that the person-centred approach can provide a strong foundation for child therapy practice. His book introduces humanistic counselling and psychotherapy trainees - as well as adult-trained therapists - to the particular requirements of working with children and young people, and also illustrates the value of using a 'child-centred' approach for those who might already be working with children in mental health settings. Equally, this volume can be used for professional development in many disciplines including adult trained therapists who want to extend their knowledge of people prior to reaching adulthood.

Current Psychotherapies

A person-centered approach to research. In R. F. Levant &J. M. Shlien (Eds.), Client-centered therapy and the person-centered approach: New directions in ...

Author: Danny Wedding

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1285687493

Category: Education

Page: 656

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Used in top counseling, psychology, and social work programs and now in its tenth edition, CURRENT PSYCHOTHERAPIES helps readers learn, compare, and apply the major systems of psychotherapy in a way that will be meaningful in their own practices. Each contributor is either an originator or a leading proponent of one of the systems, and presents the basic principles of the system in a clear and straightforward manner, discussing it in the context of the other systems. Theory chapters include a case example that guides readers through the problem, evaluation, treatment, and follow-up process. CASE STUDIES IN PSYCHOTHERAPY, which accompanies the book, offers corresponding cases that demonstrate the basic techniques and methods of the theory being illustrated. Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Social Workers Desk Reference

One other limitation to consider is that the client-centered approach assumes the ... Person-centered therapy today: New frontiers in theory and practice.

Author: Albert R. Roberts

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0195369378

Category: Social Science

Page: 1267

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Following in the groundbreaking path of its predecessor, the second edition of the Social Workers' Desk Reference provides reliable and highly accessible information about effective services and treatment approaches across the full spectrum of social work practice. Succinct, illuminating chapters written by the field's most respected and experienced scholars and practitioners ensure that it will continue to be the sourcebook for all social workers. Social work practitioners and agency administrators are increasingly confronted with having to do more with less, and must make decisions and provide services as quickly as possible. The Social Workers' Desk Reference, Second Edition, builds on the landmark achievement of the first edition with thorough revisions and over 75 all-new chapters. Its outstanding wealth of well-tested knowledge, presented in a crisp, to-the-point manner, makes it an even more vital resource for time-pressed practitioners. Page after page offers an abundance of up-to-date information and key tools and resources such as practice guidelines, program evaluations, validated assessment scales, and step-by-step treatment plans necessary for success in today's managed-care environment. The growing importance of evidence-based practice in social work is reflected throughout the chapters, as well as by the inclusion of an entire section devoted to showing how to use evidence intelligently and efficaciously. The Social Workers' Desk Reference, Second Edition, speaks directly to the daily realities of social workers in private, non-profit, and public settings, whatever their expertise and in all areas of practice: assessment and diagnosis, ethics, risk assessment, program evaluation, and beyond. Case managers, clinical social workers, supervisors, and administrators alike who have come to rely on the previous volume will quickly find its successor just as indispensable.

Developing Person Centred Counselling

(ed.), Psychology: A Study ofA Service. Volume 3: Formulations of the ... New Directions in Client-Centered Therapy: Practice with Difficult Populations.

Author: Dave Mearns

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 144622631X

Category: Psychology

Page: 144

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`This is a useful book for those who use person-centred counselling in their practice, or who are training to become person-centred counsellors' - Counselling and Psychotherapy, the Journal of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Developing Person-Centred Counselling, Second Edition is designed to help counsellors improve their skills within the person-centred approach. Written by Dave Mearns, leading person-centred expert and bestselling author, the Second Edition has been fully revised and updated taking account of developments in person-centred practice. With new chapters on growth and transference, the book covers the subjects which are central to person-centred training: } the core conditions } therapeutic alliance } development of the counsellor } therapeutic process } the person-centred approach in relation to psychopathology. Supported by case material and examples from practice, each part of the book presents the counsellor with practical, and often challenging ideas, which encourage him/her to think carefully about his/her practice and how to improve it. Developing Person-Centred Counselling, Second Edition is a highly practical and inspiring resource for trainees and practitioners alike.

The Oxford Handbook of Psychotherapy Ethics

Person - Centered Approaches for Counselors . ... New York : Springer . ... Work : Therapist Contributions and Responsiveness to Patient Needs ( 2nd ed . ) ...

Author: Manuel Trachsel

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0198817339

Category: Medical

Page: 1168

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The Oxford Handbook of Psychotherapy Ethics explores a whole range of ethical issues in the heterogenous field of psychotherapy. It will be an essential book for psychotherapists in clinical practice and valuable for those professionals providing mental health services beyond psychology and medicine, including counsellors and social workers