Introduction To The Client Centered Person Centered Approach

The client-centered/person-centered approach derives primarily from the work of Carl Rogers (1902-1987). Nathaniel Raskin (in partnership with Rogers) wrote: Its essentials were formulated by Carl R. Rogers in 1940. A clearly stated theory, accompanied by the introduction of verbatim transcriptions of psychotherapy, stimulated a vast amount of research on a revolutionary hypothesis: that a self-directed growth process would follow the provision and reception of a particular kind of relationship characterized by genuineness, non-judgmental caring, and empathy.



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