Carl Rogers

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United States psychologist who developed client-centered therapy (1902-1987)


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Carl Rogers died at the age of eighty-five on February 4, 1987, of a heart attack following hip surgery at Scripps Clinic in La Jolla.
Eight boxers travelled: Brian Rennie, Greg Ormrod (both Lowe House), Kieran Hart (Rotunda), Paul Marshall (Huyton), Paul Ward (Rotunda), Paul Lovatt (Long Lane), Paul Cummings (Furs) and Carl Rogers (Dovecote).
Carl Rogers, founder of person-centred psychotherapy.
Ellis provides a historical review of the concepts of self-esteem and self-acceptance, examining the thinking of great religious teachers, philosophers, and psychologists-including Lao Tsu, Jesus, Spinoza, Nietzsche, Kierkegaard, Buber, Heidegger, Sartre, Tillich, the Dali Lama, Carl Rogers, and Nathaniel Branden, among others.
The introduction then quickly moves to an overview and description of person-centred therapy, which was originally formulated by Carl Rogers.
Set 253 to win in 79 overs, Norfolk made it with more than 20 overs left thanks to an unbeaten century from Carl Rogers.
The counseling profession is established upon the foundational concepts of Viktor Frankl, Abraham Maslow, and Carl Rogers and their embedded issues of freedom, personal power, choice, and meaning.
The SDI, which is used successfully worldwide and cross-culturally, was devised over 40 years ago by Elias Porter, a student of the humanistic psychologist Carl Rogers.
I would hate to think that the genuineness that Carl Rogers encouraged would be coming from a business or corporate-oriented frame of mind in which people with few choices available to them are not viewed as humans but as sources of income or profit.
The idea that people naturally seek to improve their perceived position with regard to their goals and aspirations is suggested generally in the work of many personality theorists, including, for example, Alfred Adler (in Ansbacher & Ansbacher, 1956), Carl Rogers (1963), and Abraham Maslow (1964), all of whom described people as inherently seeking to overcome perceived personal and situational deficits.
A second effective strategy for developing students' skills in employing sufficient evidence is teaching the Rogerian approach to argument, an approach based on a style of therapy developed by psychologist Carl Rogers, an approach that emphasizes active listening.
Calvin Davies and Carl Rogers were on target for Caernarfon.
In 1967 Carl Rogers and 58 facilitators conducted a program to get all the sisters involved in nondirective self-exploration.
Schools were deeply into the false psychology of Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers, who repented, when it was too late, of what they had done.