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616.8916 ROGERS
  
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Boston [Mass.] : Houghton Mifflin, c1995.
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xxi, 420 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
  
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Summary:
Collection of essays by American psychotherapist Carl Rogers written between 1951 and 1961, in which he put forth his ideas about self-esteem, flexibility, respect for self, and acceptance of others.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 403-411) and index.
Contents:
"This is me" -- Some hypotheses regarding the facilitation of personal growth -- The characteristics of a helping relationship -- What we know about psychotherapy, objectively and subjectively -- Some of the directions evident in therapy -- What it means to become a person -- A process conception of psychotherapy -- "To be that self which one truly is" : a therapist's view of personal goals -- A therapist's view of the good life : the fully functioning person -- Persons or science? : a philosophical question -- Personality change in psychotherapy -- Client-centered therapy in its context of research -- Personal thoughts on teaching and learning -- Significant learning : in therapy and in education -- Student-centered teaching as experienced by a participant -- The implications of client-centered therapy for family life -- Dealing with breakdowns in communication, interpersonal and intergroup -- A tentative formulation of a general law of interpersonal relationships -- Toward a theory of creativity -- The growing power of the behavioral sciences -- The place of the individual in the new world of the behavioral sciences -- Appendix. A chronological bibliography of the publications of Carl R. Rogers, 1930-1960.
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039575531X
9780395755310
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