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The psychotherapy of Carl Rogers. : cases and commentary

Author: Barry A Farber; Debora Brink; Patricia M Raskin
Publisher: New York : Guilford Press, 1996.
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The Psychotherapy of Carl Rogers gives readers a unique inside view of Rogers' therapy sessions. Presenting actual cases without edits or revision, this book follows sessions from start to finish with Rogers' exact words, illuminating his reflections, interpretations, self-disclosures, and errors. The selected cases span the period from 1946 to 1986 and represent a range of clients - from those suffering from
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Case Reports
Named Person: Carl R Rogers; Carl R Rogers; Carl R Rogers; Carl R Rogers; Carl Ransom Rogers; Carl R Rogers
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barry A Farber; Debora Brink; Patricia M Raskin
ISBN: 1572300647 9781572300644 1572303778 9781572303775
OCLC Number: 35331305
Description: xv, 383 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: A scheme of Rogers' clinical responses / Debora C. Brink and Barry A. Farber --
The case of Loretta : a psychiatric inpatient / Nathaniel J. Raskin --
Rogers and Gloria : the effects of meeting some, but not all, of the "necessary and sufficient" conditions / Fred Zimring --
The myth of nondirectiveness : the case of Jill / Maria Villas-Boas Bowen --
On Mary and Louise : an argument for client self-determination / Peggy Natiello --
Client-centered therapy and undivided attention : the case of Mary Jane Tilden / Robert E. Dingman --
A contemporary psychoanalytic perspective : Rogers' brief psychotherapy with Mary Jane Tilden / Jesse D. Geller and Edith Gould --
A silent young man : the case of Jim Brown / Jerold D. Bozarth --
The power of empathic exploration : a process-experiential/Gestalt perspective on the case of Jim Brown / Leslie S. Greenberg --
Rogers and Sylvia : an intimate and affirming encounter / David J. Cain --
Rogers and Sylvia : a feminist analysis / Maureen O'Hara --
Uncharacteristic directiveness : Rogers and the "anger and hurt" client / Barbara Temaner Brodley --
The case of "anger and hurt" : Rogers and the development of a spiritual psychotherapy / Samuel E. Menahem --
Rogers and Mark : the power of the brief encounter / Julius Seeman --
Rogers' work with Mark : an empirical analysis and cognitive-behavioral perspective / Adele M. Hayes and Marvin R. Goldfried.
Responsibility: edited by Barry A. Farber, Debora C. Brink, Patricia M. Raskin ; foreword by Maria Villas-Boas Bowen.
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The Psychotherapy of Carl Rogers gives readers a unique inside view of Rogers' therapy sessions. Presenting actual cases without edits or revision, this book follows sessions from start to finish with Rogers' exact words, illuminating his reflections, interpretations, self-disclosures, and errors. The selected cases span the period from 1946 to 1986 and represent a range of clients - from those suffering from depression, to those dealing with issues of racism, to an individual who was diagnosed as psychotic. The cases illustrate both the consistency with which Rogers attempted to be a keen and respectful listener and the increasing diversity in his response repertoire over the years.

After each case is presented, a client-centered therapist elaborates on the session's strengths, weaknesses, theoretical assumptions, inconsistencies, and notable features. In addition, for the experiential cases in the second section, a practitioner from another orientation - psycho analytic, cognitive-behavioral, spiritual - provides critical commentary. By discussing the similarities and differences between their approaches and the client-centered approach, they offer insight into the advantages and shortcomings of Rogers' model. Furthermore, the contributors represent a diversity of tone and content that reflect the wide-ranging influence of Rogers' model and the many creative ways it can be understood and applied. An important volume for psychotherapists, including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, counselors, and psychiatric nurses, this book also serves as a text for courses in counseling, psychotherapy, psychology, and client-centered therapy.

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"Farber, Brink, and Raskin have compiled a unique and exciting volume. This superbly edited collection of therapy transcripts and associated commentaries helps to consolidate Carl Rogers' legacy to Read more...

 
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