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Paul Tillich's View of God as "The Ground of Being"

Paul Tillich has been one of the pivotal figures in my spiritual and intellectual life.  He introduced me to meaningful concepts like God as “the Ground of Being,” and “The Wholly Other,” and the notion I’d like to kick arounds today, “God as the unifying Ground”.  591 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

Self Discovery and then Self Healing

Whether we are dealing with a student who is maladjusted, or a marriage which is skidding toward failure, or a war neurosis, the essentials of a therapeutic experience seem to be the same. 148 more words


Book Recommendation : On Becoming a Person by Carl Rogers

“I believe it will have become evident why, for me, adjectives such as happy, contented, blissful, enjoyable, do not seem quite appropriate to any general description of this process I have called the good life, even though the person in this process would experience each one of these at the appropriate times. 172 more words


Reflections on Becoming a Rogue Psychologist

I needed the money to supplement the poverty wages I was making as a teaching assistant while working on my master’s degree at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. 1,303 more words

Abraham Maslow

When We Accept The Grey

I have been actively attempting, my pasts post will attest to this, to really look at the grey. To shed away those black or white perspectives. 825 more words

Social Work

Adventures In Authentic Living

‘The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.’

This is Carl Rogers famous quote and one which has resonated with me. 321 more words