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Exploring the Basics of Client-Centered Therapy

attitudes and feelings which he may have, no matter how unconventional, absurd, or contradictory these attitudes may be" (Rogers 1...

Existential, Client-Centered And Gestalt Therapies

Sharf, 2007). Other central foundational concepts of this approach include the striving for self-awareness, the goal of freedom an...

Comparing Client-Centered with Adlerian Therapy

than simply being the product of sexual urges and basic instinct (Corey, 2009). Adler rejected the determinism of Freud, believing...

The Client-Centered Therapy Theories of Carl Rogers

the Teachers College was the international center for the "dissemination of Deweys educational philosophy" (Gordon, Feb 1997, p. 7...

Client Centered Therapy of Carl Rogers and Grace of Martin Luther

In five pages this paper examines the similarities between what would appear to be 2 diametrically opposed theories. Five sources...

The Tenets of Carl Rogers' Client-Centered Approach To Therapy

attitudinal conditions into their own practice without abandoning their own therapeutic orientations. It also offered the opportun...

Person-Centered Counseling

are at the moment limited in what they can achieve for themselves. That something might be external to them rather than internal. ...

Carl Rogers

Carl Rogers is often referred to as the grandfather of client centered therapy. The writer looks at this well-known clinical psych...

The Person Centered Approach

Carl Rogers initiated the Person Centered approach to therapy, sometimes called, client centered. This paper is based on a YouTube...

Integrative and Person-centered therapy

also made first-person quotes that brought Glorias hypothetical internal dialog out into the open. These reflected Rogers understa...

Legal Representation for Clients with Questionable Morals

This paper explores the problems that can occur when attorneys realize moral differences between them and their clients. ...

Adult Day Care in North Carolina

includes seniors centers focusing on social and wellness programs and activities, adapting healthcare needs to those standards rat...

Nursing Homes Centered on Clients

The most recent trend in nursing home care is client-centered treatment. This paper examines statistics in elder care, with almost...

Reality Therapy

(and) Do you want to figure out a better way?" (Passaro, et al, 2004, p. 503). Dr. Glasser has continued to evolve Reality Thera...

Angry Clients and What to Do

Almost one in 5 psychologists reported having been physically attacked by at least one client. Over 80 percent of psychologists re...

Psychologically Analyzing Sigmund Freud, the Father of Psychoanalysis

2001). The nurse maid left the home when Sigmund was just 2 years old (2001). Then, his father would go bankrupt and the family ha...

Client Centered Therapeutic Approach Case Study Involving an Eight Year Old Boy

a battery of tests that Special Education generally provides upon request, but no learning disability is found. Therefore, it is r...

Lydia Hall's Nursing Theory

In eleven pages this paper discusses the influence of Carl Rogers' Client Centered Therapy upon the 1964 development of Lydia Hall...

A Fully Functioning Person as Described by Carl Rogers

The writer gives the definitions Carl Rogers used to describe what he calls a fully functioning person. The writer says that Roger...

Counseling: Exploring the Therapeutic Value

therapeutic value primarily because it is built upon a foundation of solid psychological premises and ideas. It is these ideas whi...

Counseling and Reflecting on the Process

In a paper ten pages in length, the writer takes the point of view of a counselor after the first session with a client, and refle...

Issues for Psychotherapists

were more cooperative in non-directive sessions but in most cases, the degree of directiveness did not affect the clients cooperat...

Group Therapy

Three modes of group psychotherapy are explored. Cognitive restructuring, Gestalt, and meaning-centered family therapy are discuss...

Hepatotoxicity/Mechanisms

have been associated with NRTIs, which are believed to cause mitochondrial dysfunction, which range from oxidative damage to inhib...

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Used in the Treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

a result, more diagnoses have been made (Grinage, 2003). It is now something that is also associated with trauma stemming from chi...

Cognitive Therapy and Personality Disorder

hopelessness; he feels he is not good enough and not worthy. (2) affectivity (i.e., the range, intensity, liability, and appropri...

A Consideration of the American Museum of Natural History

Hanks takes the helm of a virtual spacecraft that left Earth, flew past Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, and hurtled through the Milky Wa...

Compare and Contrast Three Humanistic Therapies

Person-centered, transactional analysis, and Gestalt therapies are humanistic therapies. Among other things, this means that they ...

Aspects of Family Therapy

to the position of trying to improve the clients ability to change and control themselves, self-organization also lined to circula...

Perception of Emotion in CBCT and IBCT

on how emotions are presented and approached within these therapeutic modalities. CBCT In regards to the nature of CBCT, B...