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Carl Rogers on Creating Relationships

“The degree to which I can create relationships, which facilitate the growth of others as separate persons, is a measure of the growth I have achieved in myself.” … 7 more words

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Art as Therapy, Therapy as Art: Decisions and Struggles

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How well do you cope with conflict, making a difficult decision, or getting through a personal struggle? Well, for consolation, here’s “Laocoon and His Sons” to make you feel better! 547 more words


Super Mom

I was waiting in a doctor’s office today, so I picked up a local magazine on parenting. I know, why did I even think that was a good idea? 287 more words

What is Person Centred Therapy?

Many people ask me what exactly does ‘person centered therapy’ mean. It is not always easy to explain the approach thoroughly.

One major difference between humanistic counselors and other therapists is that they refer to those in therapy as ‘clients’, not ‘patients’.  562 more words

Shhh!!!...facilitating Silence

An exploration into the therapeutic relationship that may provide a trusted environment where absence of speech can be a useful form of communication


This essay is a critical appraisal of the nature of therapeutic relationship. 5,025 more words


The Therapeutic Relationship in Context:

- Finding the Person-Centered Approach in Homeopathy.

Ian Townsend, FSHom, FHEA, M.A.

The following paper draws from a presentation given by Ian to the 25th Anniversary Meeting of the Association for the Development of the Person-Centered Approach, at the University of Loyola, Chicago, ILL. 14,782 more words


Who was Carl Rogers?

Carl Rogers was born on the 8th of January 1902 in Oak Park, Illinois.

In 1919 he began studying agriculture, but later graduated with a Bachelors degree in History. 506 more words

Autumn 2014 - The Therapeutic Relationship