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Transcript of Person-centered Therapy
Influential American Psychologist
- the originator of the humanistic approach
center in La Jolla Four periods of the development of Rogers' therapy people have some abilities to overcome their problems 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s ~ 1980s Key Concepts The therapeutic process < Therapeutic Goals >
-Encouraging four characteristics
an openness to experience
a trust in themselves
an internal source of evaluation
a willingness to continue growing < Therapist's Function and Role >
- Create therapeutic climate < Client's Experience in Therapy >
- Experience in therapy helps the clients
to realize their realities < Relationship Between Therapist & Client >
- three therapist’s attributes
2. unconditional positive regard and acceptance
3. accurate empathic understanding Basic characteristics
focuses on the client
a shared journey < View of human nature >
Three therapist attributes
2. unconditional positive regard
3. accurate empathic understanding <Contributions of the Person-Centered Approach>
Shifting the therapeutic focus
Opened the field to study <Limitations and Criticisms of the Person-Centered Approach>
Too much concentration on the client
Not all of the clients have the ability “Ironically, when I accept myself the way I am, I can be changed.” - Carl Rogers Thank you :) WOO SANG EARN - premedical student at SCH Univ. Basic assumptions