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Classics in the Person-Centered Approach: The best of the Person-Centered Review

Classics in the Person-Centered Approach: The best of the Person-Centered Review

ISBN 978 1 89805 42 4 (2002)

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The Journal Person-Centered Review was published in the late '80s and represents a treasured archive of writing in the approach. Containing 58 carefully selected papers, this book is a substantial ('best of') collection of papers from the Person-Centered Review that no college, library or training institute can afford to be without. This is an unparalleled collection of classic person-centered writing, grouped in six sections including Shlien's 'A Countertheory of Transference' with all the reactions and Shlien's responses (11 papers in all), plus the five-paper symposium on 'Psychodiagnosis' led by Angelo Boy.

PART ONE: Carl Rogers and the Person-Centered Approach
Thirty Years with Rogers' Necessary and Sufficient Conditions of Therapeutic Personality Change. A personal evaluation Leif J. Braaten
Carl Rogers on the Development of the Person-Centered Approach Carl R. Rogers
Reflection of Feelings Carl R. Rogers
Reality, Illusion and Mental Health David J. Cain
Celebration, Reflection and Renewal: Fifty years of Client-Centered Therapy and beyond David J. Cain
An Interview with Carl Rogers David Ryback
Theory as Autobiography: The development of Carl Rogers Julius Seeman
The Evolution of Carl Rogers as a Therapist Jerold D. Bozarth
A Characteristic of Rogers' Response to Clients Fred Zimring

PART TWO: Psychotherapy
Rogers, Kohut and Erickson: A personal perspective on some similarities and differences Carl R. Rogers
Experiencing Level as a Therapeutic Variable Marion N. Hendricks
Heuristic Inquiry as Psychotherapy: The client-centered approach Maureen O'Hara
Personality Differences and Person-Centered Supervision Maria C. Villas-Boas Bowen
Carl Rogers and Martin Buber: Self-actualisation and dialogue Maurice Friedman
Attaining Mastery: The shift from the 'Me' to the 'I' Fred M. Zimring
Some Current Issues for Person-Centered Therapy Arthur W. Combs
The Relationship between Emotions and Cognitions: Implications for therapist empathy Reinhard Tausch
Self-Actualisation: A reformulation Julius Seeman Listening Godfrey T. Barrett-Lennard What is Dialogic Communication? Friedman's contribution and clarification Ronald C. Arnett
Client-Centered Therapy: The art of knowing Janet M. Sims

PART THREE: Children and the Family
Family Therapy in the Client-Centered Tradition: A legacy in the narrative mode Wayne J. Anderson
The Person-Centered Approach and Family Therapy: A dialogue between two traditions Charles J. O'Leary
The Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Change: Individual versus family therapy Ned L. Gaylin
Empathy and Strategy in the Family System Margaret S. Warner
The Young Child in Person-Centered Family Therapy Charlotte Ellinwood
The Case against Disciplining Children at Home or in School Thomas Gordon

PART FOUR: Education
Carl Rogers' Contributions to Education David N. Aspy and Flora N. Roebuck
The Mental Health of Students: Nobody minds? Nobody cares? William W. Purkey and David N. Aspy
Is there a Future for Humanistic or Person-Centered Education? Arthur W. Combs
Keeping Person-Centered Education Alive in Academic Settings Hobart F. Thomas
Person-Centered Assumptions for Counselor Education Arthur W. Combs
An Experiential Person-Oriented Learning Process in Counselor Education Louis Thayer

PART FIVE: Person-Centered Research Methods
Research with People: The paradigm of cooperative experiential inquiry Peter Reason and John Heron
Human Science Inquiry into the Person: Methodological issues and an illustration Judith E. Crothers and Paul R. Dokecki
A Person-Centered Research Model Phillip Barrineau and Jerold D. Bozarth
Can there be a Human Science? Constructivism as an alternative Egon G. Guba and Yvonna S. Lincoln
Heuristic Research: Design and methodology Clark Moustakas
Ethnomethodology and Person-Centered Practices Melvin Pollner and David Goode

PART SIX: Issues, Controversies, Discussions The Paradox of Nondirectiveness in the Person-Centered Approach David J. Cain
Principled and Instrumental Nondirectiveness in Person-Centered and Client-Centered Therapy Barry Grant
Further Thoughts about Nondirectiveness and Client-Centered Therapy David J. Cain

Symposium on Psychodiagnosis
1. Psychodiagnosis: A person-centered perspective Angelo V. Boy
2. A Reaction to Psychodiagnosis: A Person-Centered Perspective Julius Seeman
3. Boys' Person-Centered Perspective on Psychodiagnosis. A response John M. Shlien
4. A Life-Centered Approach to Psychodiagnostics: Attending to lifeworld, ambiguity and possibility Constance T. Fischer
5. The Client's Role in Diagnosis: Three approaches David J. Cain

Special Discussion: Countertheory of Transference
1. A Countertheory of Transference John M. Shlien
2. Comments on 'A Countertheory of Transference' Ernst G.Beier
3. Beyond Transference Constance T. Fischer
4. Yes, John, There is a Transference Harold Greenwald
5. A Brief Commentary on Shlien's Countertheory Arnold A. Lazarus
6. On the Importance of the Present: Reactions to John Shlien's article Salvatore R. Maddi
7. Comment on Shlien's Article 'A Countertheory of Transference' Carl R. Rogers
8. Transference and Psychotherapy Julius Seeman
9. Response to 'A Countertheory of Transference' by John M. Shlien Hans H. Strupp
10. Further Thoughts on Transference: Responses to Drs. Ernst Beier, Constance Fischer, Harold Greenwald, Arnold Lazarus, Salvatore Maddi, Carl Rogers, Julius Seeman and Hans Strupp John M. Shlien
11. On the Therapeutic Value of Both the 'Real' and the 'Transference' Relationship: A reply to John Shlien Edwin Kahn

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