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Join ADPCA Community on Facebook... - onlinevents.co.uk | Facebook

Join ADPCA Community on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Adpca2014?fref=ts (Join ADPCA Community on Facebook https://t.co/l0m7WAaDYz http://t.co/2632q2MtVV)...
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It's love, actually - TrainingZone.co.uk (blog)

It's love, actually - TrainingZone.co.uk (blog) | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it
It's love, actually
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Unconditional positive regard, a term popularly believed to have been coined by the humanist Carl Rogers is basic acceptance and support of a person regardless of what the person says or does.
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Carl Rogers on Transference | Cozy Compulsions @ Midnight

Carl Rogers was born in 1902 and died in 1987. Carl Rogers was a clinical psychologist, professor, therapist, and author who studied and worked in the United States. Carl Rogers theories are aligned with the Humanistic ...
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Quotes by Carl Rogers. An Carl Rogers Quote Library | The Gaiam Blog


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Carl Rogers: Psychology Hall of Fame

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Welcome to the Carl Rogers page here on the All About Psychology website. From here you will be able to access detailed information and resources relating to the man who was a hugely influential...

 

There's a link to a nice audio interview here . . . well worth listening to

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Gordon Training International Celebrates 50 Years of Effective ...

The origin of what has become to be known as the Gordon Model began as a guest-written chapter in a book published by the psychologist, Dr. Carl Rogers, about client-centered therapy. Building on his findings and ...
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Out of Balance? Try Self-Compassion | Balance In Me

Out of Balance? Try Self-Compassion | Balance In Me | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it

Can you extend U P R to yourself ? - see what this scooped post has to say:

 

What is self compassion? Researcher Chris Germer said, “Whereas acceptance usually refers to what’s happening to us —accepting a feeling or a thought—self-compassion is acceptance of the person to whom it’s happening.

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Empathy and Compassion

Empathy and Compassion | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it
The latest news about empathy and compassion from around the world - CultureOfEmpathy.com...
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Developing Person-centred Counselling

Developing Person-centred Counselling | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it
'This is a useful book for those who use person-centred counselling in their practice, or who are training to become person-centred counsellors' - Counselling and Psychotherapy, the Journal of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy...
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Sequences of emotional distress expressed by clients and - BoMi

The transcripts of five therapists (two single sessions each) were content-analysed: they used personal construct, client centered, rational-emotive, Gestalt and transactional analysis therapy. Log-linear analyses of appropriate ...
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Viewpoint: Guiding Medical Students Toward Empathetic Patient Care - AAMC Reporter, June 2012 - AAMC Reporter - Newsroom - AAMC

Viewpoint: Guiding Medical Students Toward Empathetic Patient Care - AAMC Reporter, June 2012 - AAMC Reporter - Newsroom - AAMC | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it
Empathic engagement is the pillar of the patient-physician relationship. Are medical students prepared to empathize with their future patients?
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An evolving pedagogy as I learn | The daily meanderings of a teacher

Sitting at home reading several essays by Carl Rogers made for an interesting start to my morning just prior to a drive to North Georgia. In our world of No child Left Behind and being in Special Education where we do see the ...
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ADPCA - the rest

ADPCA - the rest | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it
   People have been asking me to write the rest of the conference up, and I didn't do that last week, as I wanted to write about my mid-training point. But this week's post is about the rest of the...
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Read about another trainee's voyage . . .

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Joan Halifax on Compassion's Edge States and Caring Better

Joan Halifax on Compassion's Edge States and Caring Better | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it

It's easy to feel overwhelmed by all the bad news and horrific pictures in the world. This is a form of empathy, Joan Halifax says, that works against us. The Zen abbot and medical anthropologist has bracing, nourishing thoughts on finding buoyancy rather than burnout in how we work, live, and care. -  

 

Inside Compassion: Edge States, Contemplative Interventions,


Neuroscience Joan Halifax speaks about the challenge of caregivers who care for those who are seriously ill. Learn about basic research in neuroscience and psychology on mindfulness, compassion, and the effects of stress on the body. 


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I remember attending workshops with Joan Halifax in the 80s - this is one seriously talented person whose work i always follow.

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Diamond Panes: Person-Centred Counselling

Diamond Panes: Person-Centred Counselling | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it
Four months into my LifeLine counselling course, I am beginning to gain a high regard for the Carl Rogers person-centred approach to counselling. This approach is based on the philosophy that individuals have within ...
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Read this account - and be inspired !

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Happy Birthday, Abraham Maslow: How Humanistic Psychology Shaped the Modern Self

Happy Birthday, Abraham Maslow: How Humanistic Psychology Shaped the Modern Self | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it
What 1960s counterculture had to do with the timeless quest for self-actualization.

Legendary American psychologist Abraham Maslow, born

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The Importance of Active Listening by Carl Rogers and Richard Farson | Virtual Mediation Lab - Mediation Skills Development Around the World with Skype

The Importance of Active Listening by Carl Rogers and Richard Farson | Virtual Mediation Lab - Mediation Skills Development Around the World with Skype | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it
A must-read article by Carl Rogers on Active Listening (RT @MediationSkills: Great article on Active Listening by Carl Rogers and Richard Farson.)...

 

Use the link lower down the page to access the article.

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As Wonderful As Sunsets: Person-Centred Everything: Meetings

Person-Centred Everything: Meetings. The beginnings here of person-centred meetings taken from a conversation with Rachel at the Temenos conference last year: Be real, trusting, empathic; Create a warm, welcoming, ...
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Meditation and the Brain: Studying Compassion in Monks

Meditation and the Brain: Studying Compassion in Monks | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it

What happens in the brain when we feel for others? Neuroeconomist Brian Knutson of Stanford University studies meditating monks to explore what compassion looks like in the brain.

 

“Reliably they like the art more if the faces they showed compassion to came before it,” Knutson said. “Which leads to a hypothesis that there is some sort of compassion carryover happening.”

 

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The Effectiveness of True Empathy

The Effectiveness of True Empathy | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it
A powerful technique for empathy in communication from Derrick Jones, and the edge you need in order to really connect with the person across the table!
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Tenth World PCE Conference in Antwerp

Tenth World PCE Conference in Antwerp | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it
First I went to Veldhoven for another EFT Level 3 supervision day, then it was back to Antwerp for the Tenth Conference of the World Association for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counselling.
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Download Person-Centred Therapy: 100 Key Points bookPerson-Centred Therapy: 100 Key Points book downloadPaul WilkinsDownload here http://bookwer.info/1/books/Person-Centred-Therapy--100-Key...

Download Person-Centred Therapy: 100 Key Points bookPerson-Centred Therapy: 100 Key Points book downloadPaul WilkinsDownload here http://bookwer.info/1/books/Person-Centred-Therapy--100-Key... | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it
Download Person-Centred Therapy: 100 Key Points book Person-Centred Therapy: 100 Key Points book download http://t.co/iqxXeIy7...
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PCAyorks: New Person-Centred Forum

PCAyorks: New Person-Centred Forum | Person-Centred Practice | Scoop.it

Always a font of wonderful information and debate, this page is a portal to many more things !

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The Pursuit of Happiness-Forget About It - Acupuncture Today

The Pursuit of Happiness-Forget About ItAcupuncture TodayPsychologist Martin Seligman is generally thought to be the originator although humanistic psychologists, Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers, and Erich Fromm preceded him.
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