Client-Centered Therapy: Foundations and Fundamentals

“What alarms me slightly is the fervor with which…Person-Centered Approach beliefs are held as though they constitute an absolute belief – a truth that is self evident.” Steve Vincent is concerned with differentiating between the work of those persons who counsel by implementing skills and those who are Person (or Client)-Centered in their being. In these essays he approaches his concerns by threading together various of his understandings: What is Humanism? What do different types of therapies do, and what do they imply about human beings? And especially, what does (and does not) constitute Person-Centered therapy?”

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