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An IEATA Tribute to Natalie Rogers

Natalie Rogers spent her life advancing the work of her father (Carl Rogers, the father of modern counseling) to include the Expressive Arts. She co-founded ...
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Carl Rogers and the Person-Centred Approach, Mind Changers - BBC Radio 4

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While Freud relied on expert and patient, Rogers pioneered a therapeutic model of equals.

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On client-centered and experiential psychotherapy: An interview with Eugene Gendlin

The Focusing Institute Gendlin Online Library: On client-centered and experiential psychotherapy: An interview with Eugene Gendlin
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Natalie Rogers' Acceptance Speech

A PowerPoint presentation created by Natalie on the occassion of her acceptance of the Carl Rogers Heritage Award by the American Psychological Association ...
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Rogers In Ten Minutes - YouTube

I do not own any of these images. This 10-minute video is intended as an introduction to the humanistic psychologist Carl Rogers. It is not intended as a com...
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PCE 2016 NY

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Dr. Eugene Gendlin to be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award!

We received the wonderful news recently that Gene Gendlin will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement award by the World Association for Person Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling (the PCE for short).  The PCE is the world’s premier organization promoting the Person Centered Approach and the work of Carl Rogers.  Gene will be honored at their conference at Columbia University in New York City, July 20-24, 2016.  This conference is only the 2nd time the PCE has been hosted in the US, and they anticipate over 800 participants and significant Person Centered and Experiential theoreticians from around the work to be in attendance.

Congratulations to Gene on this well-deserved honor!

 

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DARE WE DO AWAY WITH PROFESSIONALISM? By Carl Rogers - Mediate Your Life

From The Carl Rogers Reader by Carl Ransom Rogers ‪Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1989 DARE WE DO AWAY WITH PROFESSIONALISM? By Carl Rogers A challenge that I wish to raise, especially for clinical and social psychologists, is the radical possibility of sweeping away our procedures for professionalization. I know what heresy that idea is, what terror it strikes in the …
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Is Learning Increasingly Self-Directed in the Digital Era?

Is Learning Increasingly Self-Directed in the Digital Era? | focusing_gr | Scoop.it
It is vital that educators be trained to recognize and nurture self-directed learning using technology and be capable of creating learning environments that support it....
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Carl Rogers: The man who thought well of you

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Student Speak blogger Michael profiles the interesting and compelling work and philosophies of Carl Rogers.
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Society for Humanistic Psychology: Authentic People Are More Psychologically Adjusted and Seen More Accurately By Others

Society for Humanistic Psychology: Authentic People Are More Psychologically Adjusted and Seen More Accurately By Others | focusing_gr | Scoop.it
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In Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Lauren J. Human and colleagues (2014) examined why well-adjusted people seem to be judged more accurately. Their investigation led them to discover that those who are well-adjusted are viewed more accurately due to the congruency between their personality and actions. In other words, more well-adjusted people were more authentic or congruent, and therefore were more transparent to others as a result. These findings support a key concept of humanistic psychology identified by Carl Rogers: a key ingredient of a fully functioning personality is congruency or authenticity. 

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Culture of Empathy Builder: Carl Rogers - Page 2

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http://cultureofempathy.com/references/Experts/Carl-Rogers2.htm

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Carl Rogers' Propositions

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I've been refreshing myself with Rogers' 19 famous propositions which form the corner stone of his theory of personality and behavior. Familiarity of these goes a long way to understanding the worl...
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Culture of Empathy Builder: Carl Rogers - Page 1

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Carl Ransom Rogers (January 8, 1902 – February 4, 1987) was an influential "American psychologist and among the founders of the humanistic approach to psychology. Rogers is widely considered to be one of the founding fathers of psychotherapy research and was honored for his pioneering research with the Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions by the American Psychological Association in 1956. (Wikipedia)"   He was very influential in the exploration of empathy. Much of the empathy work in psychology and psychotherapy is based on his work on empathy and reflective listening.

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Counselling Process: The 7 Stages

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Counselling as a Process Counselling has been described as a journey whereby the client and counsellor undergo a joint process of exploration and reflection (Thorne, 2007). The idea of a process, however, requires at least some notion of beginning and end. While many schools of thought and psychotherapeutic approaches use formulations based on theory in…
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Carl Rogers: Facilitating Peace: Insights from Three Experiences, 1985

This is an amazing teaching about how to work with conflict. Carl Rogers uses his experience initiating peace talks…https://t.co/rjvZuyLMyn
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Society for Humanistic Psychology: Empirical Support for Carl Rogers' Person-Centered Theory of the "Fully Functioning Person"

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Society for Humanistic Psychology: Empirical Support for Carl Rogers' Person-Centered Theory of... https://t.co/Mou8Aw7Cml
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An Interview with Natalie Rogers (Daughter of Carl Rogers) about Person-Centered Therapy

An Interview with Natalie Rogers (Daughter of Carl Rogers) about Person-Centered Therapy | focusing_gr | Scoop.it
Of all the counseling and psychotherapy approaches out there, person-centered therapy might be the most quickly dismissed of them all. I’ve had therapists watch or listen to a PCT demonstration and then make dismissive comments like: “Oh yeah.
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Carl Rogers: Entrevista com Philip (Completo). - YouTube

Entrevista com Phillip (1981): Mostra Rogers atuando como psicoterapeuta, entrevistando Phillip, qu eestá tentando entrar em contato com os seu sentimentos d...
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The Implicit & Experiential Rantings of a Person: My Top Ten Recommended Areas of Change for the NVC Network

The Implicit & Experiential Rantings of a Person: My Top Ten Recommended Areas of Change for the NVC Network | focusing_gr | Scoop.it
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The NVC (which is short for Nonviolent Communication) world seems to be in an interesting position right now. The founder/creator Marshall Rosenberg recently passed away and the international organization that owns the trademark and coordinates many things related to it, the CNVC (short for Center for Nonviolent Communication), is currently in the midst of a lot of different re-evaluation and restructuring. The time is ripe for changes in the NVC world.

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Stop Working On Yourself and Start Growing in a Deeper Way!

Stop Working On Yourself and Start Growing in a Deeper Way! | focusing_gr | Scoop.it
What We Really Need As a Foundation for Growth
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Learning about learning: why all educators should read Carl Rogers’ Freedom to Learn

Learning about learning: why all educators should read Carl Rogers’ Freedom to Learn | focusing_gr | Scoop.it
Hazel Christie Sometimes the classics are the best.   This week I’ve been reading Carl Rogers’ classic text Freedom to Learn to help me to refine and understand different...
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The Focusing Institute - Carl Rogers

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The Focusing Institute: Focusing is direct access to a bodily knowing. Focusing is a practice developed from the Philosophy of the Implicit.
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Dr. Carl Rogers was Gene Gendlin's colleague and friend at the University of Chicago. Rogers' person-centered approach opened the way for Gene's elaboration of Focusing. This is a delightful talk that Rogers gave in 1974. He mentions Eugene (Gene) T. Gendlin 's work which Gene would four years later write about in his book "Focusing."

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Ελληνική Προσωποκεντρική και Βιωματική Εταιρεία – Πρόσκληση | Ελληνικό Κέντρο Focusing

Ελληνική Προσωποκεντρική και Βιωματική Εταιρεία – Πρόσκληση | Ελληνικό Κέντρο Focusing | focusing_gr | Scoop.it
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ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΠΡΟΣΩΠΟΚΕΝΤΡΙΚΗ ΚΑΙ ΒΙΩΜΑΤΙΚΗ ΕΤΑΙΡΙΑΠΡΟΣΚΛΗΣΗ

Με χαρά σας αναγγέλλουμε τη ίδρυση της Ελληνικής Προσωποκεντρικής και Βιωματικής Εταιρίας (Ε.Π.Β.Ε.).

Η εταιρία δημιουργήθηκε για να αποτελέσει τον χώρο κοινής δράσης για τους Έλληνες επαγγελματίες , οι οποίοι εργάζονται σύμφωνα με τις αρχές της προσωποκεντρικής και της βιωματικής προσέγγισης στην ψυχοθεραπεία και στη συμβουλευτική.

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Culture of Empathy Builder: Carl Rogers - Page 1

Culture of Empathy Builder: Carl Rogers - Page 1 | focusing_gr | Scoop.it
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Carl Ransom Rogers (January 8, 1902 – February 4, 1987) was an influential "American psychologist and among the founders of the humanistic approach to psychology. Rogers is widely considered to be one of the founding fathers of psychotherapy research and was honored for his pioneering research with the Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions by the American Psychological Association in 1956. (Wikipedia)"   He was very influential in the exploration of empathy. Much of the empathy work in psychology and psychotherapy is based on his work on empathy and reflective listening.

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Humanistic Theory and Therapy, Applied to the Psychotic Individual | Brain Blogger

Humanistic Theory and Therapy, Applied to the Psychotic Individual | Brain Blogger | focusing_gr | Scoop.it

Carl Rogers created a theory and therapy indicated by the terms “umanistic theory” and “person-centered therapy”. This theoretical perspective postulates many important ideas, and several of these ideas are pertinent to this discussion. The first of these is the idea of “conditions of worth”, and the idea of “the actualizing tendency.” Rogers asserts that our society applies to us “conditions of worth”. This means that we must behave in certain ways in order to receive rewards, and receipt of these rewards imply that we are worthy if we behave in ways that are acceptable. As an example, in our society, we are rewarded with money when we do work that is represented by employment.

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