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Carl Rogers’ 19 Propositions

Counselling Tutor: Carl Rogers 19 Propositions

Carl Rogers’ 19 Propositions Tudor and Merry (2006: 98) define the 19 propositions as “the group of statements which, together, constitute a person-centred theory of personality and behaviour.” They represent how: Consciousness is experienced from the first-person point of view. Behaviour is a product of self-belief. A safe emotional environment is necessary for psychological change…

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014 – Assignment Referrals – 19 Propositions 2 – Rapport-Building – Eclectic versus Integrative Counselling

014 – Assignment Referrals – 19 Propositions 2 – Rapport-Building – Eclectic versus Integrative Counselling In episode 14 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly look at assignment referrals, and what learning we can take from these. Rory then continues his decoding of Carl Rogers’ 19 propositions, and ‘Skills with Ken’ discusses…

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The 7 Stages of Process

Carl Rogers' Seven Stages of Process are the marked phases which clients or people attempting self-change pass through

Rogers’ Seven Stages of Process: Definition Feltham and Dryden (1993: 181) refer to the seven stages of process as one model of stages of change: “the marked phases which clients (or people attempting self-change) pass through … Rogers’ (1961) ‘stages of process’ runs from 1 (‘remoteness from experiencing’) to 7 (‘experiencing effective choices of new…

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Carl Rogers Biography

Carl Rogers Biography looking at his contributions to psychology

Carl Rogers – Person Centred Therapy This biography of Carl Rogers covers his extensive contributions to psychology. He is the founder of the person-centred approach in counselling. Rogers’s was part of the humanistic approach to psychology and paved the way for client-led therapies. Carl Rogers Theory Rogers also developed a rich vocabulary for understanding how…

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Carl Rogers’ Core Conditions

Carl Rogers’ Core Conditions The core conditions were identified by Carl Rogers who founded Person-Centred Therapy. The core conditions are: Empathy Congruence and Unconditional Positive Regard (UPR) Rogers first wrote about the core conditions in 1957 in his paper “The Necessary and Sufficient Conditions of Therapeutic Personality Change”. Download your Free copy – An in…

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Person-Centred Approach to Counselling

The Person-Centred Approach to Counselling The person-centred approach to counselling belongs to the humanistic school of therapy, and was devised by Carl Rogers, an American psychologist. In the 1950s, Rogers proposed a form of therapy that focused on the clients’ experience of themselves, as opposed to the counsellor being an expert and telling them what to do, or what was…

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Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy

Integrative Counselling Definition An integrative approach to counselling and psychotherapy involves drawing upon more than one modality. The blending of relevant theory and interventions an approach is formed to suit the needs of the client. Integrative Counselling Model Integrative counselling can offer a tailored approach for working with clients. As a result it allows the…

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