Jeffrey H D Cornelius-White

Jeffrey H D Cornelius-White

Jeffrey H.D. Cornelius-White, PsyD, LPC is Professor of Counseling and doctoral faculty for the Cooperative EdD Program in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis University of Missouri-Columbia, USA. He is also Co-Editor of Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies, a former chair of the board of the World Association for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling and editor of other journals. He is author or editor of about 100 publications, including Carl Rogers’ China Diary (PCCS), two interdisciplinary handbooks on the person-centered approach (Springer), and Person-Centered Approaches for Counselors (Sage). His work usually concerns person-centred and social justice issues in counseling  psychology, and education.

Books by Jeffrey H D Cornelius-White

Facilitating Young People's Development: International perspectives on person-centred theory and practice

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Facilitating children’s and adolescents’ growth has been a challenge and major concern for person-centred work since the beginning of the approach in the 1940s. During the past decade, a shift in this domain has generated numerous new concepts, research and practice, making a considerable impact on both the professional tasks and training of educators, counsellors, and psychotherapists…

Carl Rogers: The China Diary

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We are unable to supply this book to customers in the US. The US edition was published in Autumn 2013. This diary, under the title "My Trip to China", was written by 20-year-old Carl Ransom Rogers during his six month journey to the Far East in 1922. This never-before-published diary reveals intimate details of the religious faith, cross-cultural interactions, and emerging ideas…