Carl Rogers on encounter groups

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Harper & Row, 1970 - Psychology - 172 pages

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This work, I feel, answers the criticism that the person-centred approach is too focused on the individual. Whilst, obviously, the group is composed of individuals, Rogers emphasises the relational ... Read full review

Contents

The Origin and Scope of the Trend Toward Groups
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The Process of the Encounter Group
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Can I Be a Facilitative Person in a Group?
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