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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Rogers, Carl R. (Carl Ransom), 1902-1987.
Counseling and psychotherapy.
Boston, New York [etc.] Houghton Mifflin Co. 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Carl R Rogers; Leonard Carmichael
|Notes:||"Under the editorship of Leonard Carmichael."|
|Description:||xiv, 450 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||An Overview. The place of counseling ; Old and new viewpoints in counseling and psychotherapy. --
Initial Problems Faced by the Counselor. When is counseling indicated? ; The creation of a counseling relationship ; The directive versus the non-directive approach. --
The Process of Counseling. Releasing expression ; The achievement of insight ; The closing phases ; Some practical questions. --
The Case of Herbert Bryan.
|Responsibility:||by Carl R. Rogers.|
Table of Contents:
PART ONE: AN OVERVIEW Chapter 1: The Place of Counseling -The Use of Counseling Techniques -Psychotherapy in Relation to Other Types of Treatment -The Purpose of this Book Chapter 2: Old and New Viewpoints in Counseling and Psychotherapy -Some Older Methods -A Newer Psychotherapy -Characteristic Steps in the Therapeutic Process -A Significant Research Corroboration PART II: INITIAL PROBLEMS FACED BY THE COUNSELOR Chapter 3: When is Counseling Indicated? -Some Basic Questions -Tentative Criteria -What of Case History? -Summary Chapter 4: The Creation of a Counseling Relationship -Counseling as a Unique Relationship -Basic Aspects of a Therapeutic Relationship -Structuring the Counseling Relationship in Practice -The Matter of Limits -The Value of Limits to the Therapist -Is a Therapeutic Relationship Compatible with Authority? -Summary Chapter 5: The Directive Versus the Non-Directive Approach -The Directive Approach -Characteristics of Directive and Non-Directive Viewpoints -Some Significant Contrasts -Underlying Purposes PART THREE: THE PROCESS OF COUNSELING Chapter 6: Releasing Expression -Encouraging Release -Some Risks in the Process -Some Special Problems -Some Devices -The Parallel to Play Therapy -The Use the Client Makes of Catharsis -Summary Chapter 7: The Achievement of Insight -What Insight Means to the Client -How the Counselor Promotes the Development of Insight -What is Insight? -Positive Actions Resulting from Insight -Summary Chapter 8: The Closing Phases -The Extent of Re-education -Ending the Counseling Interviews -Counseling as the Client Sees It -Special Problems -Summary Chapter 9: Some Practical Questions PART 5: THE CASE OF HERBERT BRYAN Introduction First Interview General Comments Second Interview General Comments Third Interview General Comments Fourth Interview General Comments Fifth Interview General Comments Sixth Interview General Comments Seventh Interview General Comments Eighth Interview General Comments Some Concluding Remarks Recent Trends in Therapy: A Selected Bibliography Index