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Of mainstream psychology that the ingenious nature of his work has almost been forgotten New discoveries in the field of psychopharmacology especially that of the antidepressant Prozac have spawned a uick fix drug revol. this is an extremely valuable book for all thinking humans to read It really helped me begin to understand myself and it gave me insights that allowed me to eventua

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On Becoming a PersonA Therapist's View of Psychotherapy

The late Carl Rogers founder of the humanistic psychology movement revolutionized psychotherapy with his concept of client centered therapy His influence has spanned decades but that influence has become so much a part. Bluntly although what was written often seemed foolish impractical and fantastical I found Roger s style of writing cohesive and difficult to stop following I know

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Ution that has obscured the psychotherapeutic relationship As the pendulum slowly swings back toward an appreciation of the therapeutic encounter Dr Rogers's client centered therapy becomes particularly timely important. To be the self one truly is is the core thesis of this book For realising our true self the need is to free ourselves from all the facades pleasing others tryin


10 thoughts on “On Becoming a PersonA Therapist's View of Psychotherapy

  1. says:

    The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am then I can changeThis book has helped me through two of the toughest weeks of my life and everyone interested in self improvement should read it On B

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    He writes of significant things he learned in his experience and study1 In my relationships with persons I have found that it does not help in the long run to act as though I were something that I am not It does not help to act calm and pleasant when actually I am angry and critical It does not help to act as though I know the answers when I do not It does not help to act as though I were a loving person if

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    Bluntly; although what was written often seemed foolish impractical and fantastical I found Roger's style of writing cohesive and difficult to stop following I know little of psychology and its various approaches and perspectives but I intuitively felt that Roger was at the time the book was written revolutionary bringing

  4. says:

    Picked this one up for a course I was taking in college Personal DevelopmentIt turned out to be one of the best psychology related books I have ever read It described the therapeutic process in a personal way rather than clinical Since this process was from the point of view of Carl Rogers himself as a therapist I felt I was able to discern h

  5. says:

    this is an extremely valuable book for all thinking humans to read It really helped me begin to understand myself and it gave me insights that allowed me to eventually discover what makes me happy what motivates me what I truly need to AVOID in life because I'm just not wired to deal with it and in general it gives you a framework for findi

  6. says:

    If anyone wants to know Rogers' theoretical framework I can explain it to you in 5 minutes and spare you the grief of reading this long redun

  7. says:

    Read it many years ago and his simple trusting view that we humans need witness and listening and that will go a long way

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    Thought this was a pretty interesting read As a psychology major in college it is somewhat inevitable that some

  9. says:

    'To be the self one truly is ' is the core thesis of this book For realising our true self the need is to free ourselves from all the

  10. says:

    This book is uite possibly the best book that I have read as a part of my graduate school experience thus far Thi