Carl Rogers

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SAGE Publications, Apr 29, 1992 - Psychology - 128 pages
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`This book will become a popular introductory text for students of Rogers' person-centred philosophy. It is clear and comprehensive... Throughout, the book presents a powerful picture of the revolutionary nature of Rogers' work and its continuing impact on the psychotherapeutic community' - British Psychological Society Counselling Psychology Review

`Attractively written and very readable... A must for the branch bookshelf' - The Samaritan

Carl Rogers, the founder of person-centred therapy, was perhaps the most influential American psychologist and psychotherapist of this century. This book offers insights into Rogers' own life and development together with a clear exposit

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Rogers Major Theoretical Contributions
24
Rogers Major Practical Contributions
44
Criticisms and Rebuttals
64
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About the author (1992)

Professor Brian Thorne is the Emeritus Professor of Counselling at the University of East Anglia where he was previously Director of Counselling and of the Centre for Counselling Studies.

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