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Carl Rogers & Gloria

Both training groups are underway, and we’re deep in the study of Person-Centered Therapy now. As we talk about both the theory and the interventions, we have read short excerpts from… 106 more words

Person-Centered Therapy

Something to Ponder

“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change”

 Carl Rogers

Carl Rogers was a Psychologist who is credited with the development of Person-Centered Therapy and one of the early pioneers and contributors to Humanistic Psychology.

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Counselling

Authenticity in My Practice 

As I continue to work with patients more on a clinical/therapeutic landscape, I am hearing a number of responses that are presenting common themes. These themes include: compassionate, empathetic, allowing space for ______, strong personality, real/genuine/authentic. 400 more words

Social Work

Experiential Therapy Training Group 2017-2018

GETME is Proud to Announce the 2017-2018 Experiential Therapy Training Group:

This is a group to introduce clinicians to Person-Centered, Gestalt, and Focusing, giving a thorough grounding in the basics, up to an intermediate level. 254 more words

Emotion-Focused Therapy

Know Your History: Rogers (1959)

In 1959, Carl Rogers was asked to write a chapter for a book on contemporary American psychology. His contribution, entitled, “A Theory of Therapy, Personality, and Interpersonal Relationships, as Developed in the Client-Centered Framework,” was the most systematic presentation of person-centered theory that Rogers ever wrote. 83 more words

Person-Centered Therapy