A Way of Being

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1995 - Psychology - 395 pages
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Personal experiences and perspectives: Experiences in communication -- My philosophy of interpersonal relationships and how it grew -- In retrospect: forty-six years -- Growing old: or older and growing? -- Do we need "a" reality? -- Aspects of a person-centered approach: Foundations of a person-centered approach -- Empathic: Unappreciated way of being -- Ellen West-and loneliness -- Building person-centered communities: Implications for the future -- Six vignettes -- Some new challenges to the helping professions -- Process of education-and its future: Can learning encompass both ideas and feelings? -- Beyond the watershed: And where now? -- Learnings in large groups: Their implications for the future -- Looking ahead: Person-centered scenario: World of tomorrow, and the person of tomorrow.
 

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Contents

My Philosophy of Interpersonal
27
In Retrospect FortySix Years
46
Growing Old Or Older
70
Do We Need A Reality?
96
ASPECTS OF A PERSONCENTERED
111
Empathic An Unappreciated
137
Ellen WestAnd Loneliness
164
Building PersonCentered
181
Some New Challenges to
235
Can Learning Encompass both Ideas
263
Beyond the Watershed
292
Learnings in Large Groups
316
LOOKING AHEAD A PERSONCENTERED
337
A Chronological Bibliography of
357
Acknowledgments
377
Copyright

Six Vignettes
207

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About the author (1995)

Carl Rogers(1902-1987) was one of the most influential psychologists in American history. He received many honors, including the first Distinguished Professsional Contributor Award and the Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award of the American Psychological Association.

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