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“a person is a fluid process, not a fixed and static entity; a flowing river of change, not a block of solid material; a continually changing constellation of potentialities, not a fixed quantity of traits.” 13 more words


Introduction to Counselling, second

Carl Rogers developed person-centred therapy out of a need to develop therapy that worked for the returnees from the Korean war. He discovered that the type of therapy provided was less important than the qualities of the therapist. 897 more words


Gamble On Trust

“Trust is always a gamble.” https://t.co/2GNbp1a9ut (Recollections A Celebration of the Life of Carl Rogers, 2013) #DML100p #learning #love

— Bebe (@thebraveblonde) September 20, 2016…

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Client-Centered Directiveness: An Oxymoron That Works – Part One

At its very foundation, coaching is client-centered. The work of Carl Rogers profoundly influenced the founders of the life coaching profession. Yet, among the thousands of health and wellness coaches we have trained at Real Balance ( 1,696 more words


Teenagers, Monkeys, and Mirrors

“Teenagers, Monkeys, and Mirrors” is chapter 5 in The Cyber Effect” an important book by Mary Aiken, Ph.D., a cyberpsychologist.  This post will say nothing about monkeys and mirrors.  957 more words

Transactive Memory


This was written in 1968:

“…it is not surprising that I object to the process of depersonalization and dehumanization of the individual which I see in our culture. 131 more words