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A Theory of Therapy , Personality , and Interpersonal Relationships , as Developed in the Client-centered Framework

  title={A Theory of Therapy , Personality , and Interpersonal Relationships , as Developed in the Client-centered Framework},
  author={Carl Ransom Rogers},
A Qualitative Exploration of Unconditional Positive Regard and its Opposite Constructs in Coach-Athlete Relationships
Person-centered theory (Rogers, 1959) offers a framework for helping relationships (e.g. parentchild, teacher-student, counselor-client). From this theoretical lens, unconditional positive regardExpand
Musical recovery: the role of group singing in regaining healthy relationships with music to promote mental health recovery
ABSTRACT Music therapy has previously been identified as a way to foster processes of mental health recovery. However, little is known about the specific factors apparent in group singing which canExpand
Being and doing in relationship : person-centred counselling students' experiences during their training
This qualitative study explores the experiences of students training in Person-Centred Counselling. The study focuses on students’ perceptions of their relationships with their teachers and peers toExpand
La perception du soutien conditionnel parental et enseignant : évolution et liens avec la perception de compétence scolaire lors de la transition entre le primaire et le secondaire
Cette these a pour objet l’etude de la perception par les enfants du soutien conditionnel parental et enseignant, defini comme un soutien vu comme dependant de l’atteinte des exigences fixees par cesExpand
Empathetic Consultation Skills in Undergraduate Medical Education: A Qualitative Approach.
The practice of medicine involves caring for patients on many levels, which range from the scientific inquiry and administration of treatment, to the interaction and communication that occurs inExpand
Satisfaction with Life: Examining the Impact of Character Strengths among Young People
Research has shown that the disease model of child development has not led to the prevention of antisocial behaviour or psychological disorders in youth. Recent findings have shown that the positiveExpand
How Humanistic Is Positive Psychology? Lessons in Positive Psychology From Carl Rogers' Person-Centered Approach—It's the Social Environment That Must Change
It is suggested that respecting the humanistic image of the human being and influencing people's social environment to facilitate personal growth would mean a step forward forpositive psychology and would promote cross-fertilization between positive psychology and the person-centered approach instead of widening their gap. Expand
Respawn, Reload, Relate
Games have the potential to not only entertain and immerse people, but can be used as vehicles for meaning-making. Given these qualities, games are approached as inspiration for caring technologies,Expand
Towards an understanding of Colombia’s demobilized young women: a person-centered approach
ABSTRACT Research on experiences of former young soldiers in Colombia, from their own frame of reference, and which includes both distress and growth, is rare. Person-Centered theory argues for anExpand
Transforming empathy to empathetic practice amongst nursing and drama students
ABSTRACT Nurses and actors both require the ability to demonstrate empathy in their practice. Mastering communication skills and techniques can inform an empathetic response. This skill isExpand


Analysis of a nondirective case with follow-up interview.
Client-centered therapy.
  • M. Witty
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Harvard mental health letter
  • 2006
Over his long career, Carl R. Rogers extrapolated client-centered values to the education, marriage, group encounter, personal power, and conflict resolution of persons experiencing all types of personal disturbances or problems in living. Expand
Education as communication
  • S. Draper
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • Lessons from Learning
  • 1993
Goldiamond, I. On the asynchrony between responses in a perceptual experiment. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Univer. of Chicago, 1954. 23. Gordon, T. Group-centered leadership
  • Psychotherapy Research Group
  • 1955
Success and failure in client - centered therapy as a function of personality variables
  • 1955
Success and failure in client-centered therapy as a function of personality variables. Unpublished master's thesis
  • 1955