Posts Tagged Under: attitudes

Client-Centered Therapy

Did you know that…..

the Client-Centered Therapy was developed by Carl  R. Rogers ?

Client-Centered Therapy, also called Person-Centered Therapy, has the following characteristics:

1.- The  attitudes in the therapist constitute the necessary conditions of therapeutic effectiveness.

2.- The therapist’s function rely on his moment-to-moment felt experience in the relationship.

3.- The continuing focus on the phenomenal world of the client.

4.- The therapeutic process is marked by a change in the client’s manure of experiencing and an ability live more fully in the immediate moment.

5.- A continuing stress on the self-actualizing quality of the human organism as the motivating force in therapy, the motivation for change: “The Growth Hypothesis“.

6.- A concern with the process of personality change, rather than with the structure of personality.

7.- A stress on the necessity of research to discover the essential truths of psychotherapy.

8.- The hypothesis that the same principles of psychotherapy apply to the competently functioning business executive, the maladjusted and neurotic person who comes to a clinic, and the hospitalized psychotic on the back ward.

9.- A view of psychotherapy as one specialized example of all constructive interpersonal relationships with the consequent generalized applicability of all our knowledge from the field of therapy.

10.- A concern with the philosophical and value issues that grow out of the practice of therapy.

 

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)

Carl R. Rogers

Read More


Psychotherapy Goal (English)

Did you know that…..

Change in habitual attitudes is the final goal of psychotherapy ?

Psychotherapy Goal involves the understanding of the origins of those attitudes.

(Edited by Dra. Moya Guirao)

Read More