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An Interview with Natalie Rogers (Daughter of Carl Rogers) about Person-Centered Therapy

Of all the counseling and psychotherapy approaches out there, person-centered therapy might be the most quickly dismissed of them all. I’ve had therapists watch or listen to a PCT demonstration and then make dismissive comments like: “Oh yeah. 1,340 more words

Counseling And Psychotherapy Theory And Practice

guest post by Robert Kingett: Exploring therapy

Hi everyone,

I have a special addition to my blog tonight. I have two very best friends. One is Jessica Wilis. She lives with me and is a big sister to me. 2,123 more words

Mental Illness

Play Nice or Tell it Straight

Imagine that your employer always has nice comments to share with you about your work.  Sounds great, right?  You feel as though you must be doing a great job and you’ll certainly get a large bonus at the end of the year. 910 more words

Group Therapy

Free Ebook - "Enhancing Motivation For Change in Substance Abuse Treatment"

If you are new to substance abuse counseling, if you are interested in this “motivational interviewing” that everyone is talking about, or if you are just trying to figure out how to stop arguing with your clients this resource could definitely be helpful to you. 316 more words

Substance Abuse

Questions for Counsellors.

Recently Amanda Williamson, a respected friend and colleague tweeted this;

@amBBAH: 1 in 20 view their therapy as damaging #MHyork15pic.twitter.com/l4yZxUIKl6”. < important not to ignore things like this…

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Chapter 41: "On Becoming a Person" by Carl Rogers

“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change…I’m not perfect, but I’m enough.”

Born in 1902, Carl Rogers initially pursued a religious education. 784 more words