A Humanistic form of psychotherapy developed
by Carl Rogers. The therapist is non-directive and reflective
and does not interpret or advise except to encourage or clarify
points. Also known as person-centered counselling, client-centered
therapy, Person-centered therapy and Rogerian psychotherapy.
by Dr. C. G. Boeree - Carl Rogers was born January 8, 1902
in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, the fourth of six children.
His father was a successful civil engineer and his mother was a housewife
and devout Christian. His education started in the second grade, because
he could already read before kindergarten. 4/5
Therapy - By Dagmar Pescitelli - Rogerian therapy involves the
therapist's entry into the client's unique phenomenological world.
In mirroring this world, the therapist does not disagree or point
out contradictions (Shaffer, 1978). 3/5