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Carl Rogers' helping system : journey and substance

Author: Godfrey T Barrett-Lennard
Publisher: London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 1998.
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In this guide to a person-centred therapy from its earliest beginnings to the present day, the author charts its origin and development, its central concepts and the key figures within the movement.
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Barrett-Lennard, Godfrey T.
Carl Rogers' helping system.
London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 1998
(OCoLC)607065145
Named Person: Carl R Rogers; Carl R Rogers; Carl R Rogers
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Godfrey T Barrett-Lennard
ISBN: 0761956778 9780761956778 076195676X 9780761956761
OCLC Number: 40576900
Description: xi, 415 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: PART ONE: CARL ROGERS AND HIS MILIEU The Beginnings of Client-Centred Therapy A Time of New Pathways Twenties Dissonance to New Deal Dawn New Paths in Step Roosevelt's Way/Rogers' Advance PART TWO: THE NEW VISION UNFOLDING Contours of the School Phase of Client-Centred Therapy Human Nature, Personality and Change Theoretical Foundations of the Client-Centred System PART THREE: PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE The Helping Interview The Course of Therapy The Helping Process with Children and Families Group Encounter and Therapy Wellness, Education and Parenting Leadership, Large Groups, Community, Conflict Resolution PART FOUR: RESEARCH The Search for Order and Effects Conditions and Process in Personal Change Investigation beyond One to One Therapy PART FIVE: LEVELS OF BECOMING Development of Therapists and Facilitators Openings in a Dynamic Continuity
Responsibility: Godfrey T. Barrett-Lennard.
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