Positive Regard: Carl Rogers and Other Notables He Influenced
Science and Behavior Books, 1995 - Medical - 457 pages
What makes a certain person's life remarkable and influential? In the case of Carl Rogers, the revolutionary and widely published humanistic psychologist, this book offers several factors: his ideas, his way of relating to colleagues, friends, and family, and simply his way of being. Likewise, the eight other people featured here are notable for the same reasons. Connecting well with people is characteristic of each of them: Thomas Gordon
-- Maureen O'Hara
-- Ruth SanfordJohn Vasconcellos
-- Art Combs
-- David RogersNatalie Rogers
-- Haruko TsugeInspired in part by knowing or studying with Carl Rogers, they have created their own ideas and ventures to help many others. Their stories make this a multiple biography: a mosaic of stories about people who helped change the world -- and the way we feel about ourselves.
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