Empathy is the foundation of Carl Rogers' client-centered therapy (also known as Rogerian therapy and as Non-directive therapy). He asserted that empathy alone is healing. A client centered therapist strives to provide an environment of empathy, unconditional positive regard, and acceptance.
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Allan Turner's Person Centered Web Site
Presents information on Person- or Client-Centered theory, and links to resources, including a directory of counselors.
An Analysis of Carl Rogers' Theory of Personality
Article by Dagmar Pescitelli discusses Rogers' theory of Self, Person, and the concept of the actualizing tendency.
Carl Rogers, Core Conditions, and Education
Provides an overview of Client-Centered theory and discusses Carl Rogers' writings and teachings about education.
Client-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy
Research paper reprinted from Client-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy in the Nineties discusses the influence of the therapist's processing proposals on the client's intrapersonal exploration.
Rogerian Rhetoric: An Alternative to Traditional Argumentation
Presents an overview and background of Rogerian therapy and describes a Rogerian alternative to the "argument as war" metaphor.
Rogers (Carl R.) Collection - University of California
Provides access to the Carl Rogers Collection, which includes Rogers's own papers, photographs, and videos, donated by his daughter Natalie after his death in 1987.
Short Description of Client-Centered Therapy
Matthew Ryan describes Client-Centered Therapy and provides links to articles.
Significant Aspects of Client-Centered Therapy
Reprint of article by Carl Rogers first published in American Psychologist, in 1946, introducing the concept of client-centered therapy.
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