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When meaningful change can truly take place

“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change” – Carl R. Rogers

When I’m trying to enact growth or recompose myself i.e. 275 more words

Maslow, Rogers, And Humanistic Personality Theory

If you were not in class today (or need this for your work *in* class), attached is the web activity worksheet that goes along with our discussion on humanistic theory of personality. 27 more words

Notes And Homework

My 1,000th Post - The bonus disc a.k.a Post 1,001

A big thank you to all of you who took part in my 1,000th post, you can click here to read it again.This post, my 1,001st, is in effect a… 132 more words

Observation

Curiosity and Empathy


September 9, 2016

What fascinates me most about human behavior is the key question of what drives a certain individual to do the things that they do; whether it be in a good or bad direction. 595 more words

Carl Rogers

On Becoming a Counselor: What’s a Rogerian, Anyway? by Lauren Leslie

IMHO, more people should read Carl Rogers. But I understand, sometimes there just isn’t enough time in the day to fit in your Yoga class, mindfulness meditation practice, cardio workout, meal prep, work and family-life, and other responsibilities. 1,354 more words

Counseling And Psychotherapy Theory And Practice

The Curious Paradox

“The curious paradox

is that when I accept

myself just as I am,

then I can change.”

~Carl Rogers

Who am I ? 88 more words

Life