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John Shlien was one of the most influential of Carl Rogers' students and associates, as a writer, researcher and academic. This collection, edited by Pete Sanders, features John Shlien's best-known work alongside some lesser-know papers and a handful … weiterlesen
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Titel: To Lead an Honorable Life: Invitations to Think about Client-Centered Therapy and the Person-Centered Approach
Autor/en: John M. Shlien

ISBN: 1898059462
EAN: 9781898059462
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Pete Sanders
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23. Februar 2013 - kartoniert - 234 Seiten

Beschreibung

John Shlien was one of the most influential of Carl Rogers' students and associates, as a writer, researcher and academic. This collection, edited by Pete Sanders, features John Shlien's best-known work alongside some lesser-know papers and a handful of hitherto unpublished essays.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Section 1: Psychological Health To Feel Alive:A thought on motivation; A Criterion of Psychological Health; Creativity and Psychological Health; A Client-Centered Approach to Schizophrenia: First approximation; Secrets and the Psychology of Secrecy; Macht Therapie Glucklich? Can Therapy Make You Happy? Section 2: A Literalist Approach. The Literal-Intuitive Axis: And other thoughts; A Countertheory of Transference; Embarrassment Anxiety: A literalist theory. Section 3: Applications: Theory Research and Life. Basic Concepts in Group Psychotherapy: A Client-Centered point of view; Empathy in Psychotherapy: Vital Mechanism? Yes. Therapist's Conceit? All Too Often. By Iself Enough? No; The Robert W. White School. Section 4: The Position of Client-Centered Therapy. 'Introduction'; Theory as Autobiography: The Man and the Movement; Untitled and Uneasy.

Portrait

John Shlien (1918 - 2002) was a student, colleague and friend of Carl Rogers at the University of Chicago from the late 1940s. He moved to Harvard in 1967 as Professor of Education and Counseling Psychology. Although dedicated to 'pure' Client-Centered Therapy, his career was marked by interdisciplinary projects at Harvard and he published many influential papers and chapters on a wide variety of topics in psychology, counseling and psychotherapy over nearly 50 years.

Pressestimmen

The title comes for one of Shlien's statements: - 'however appealing and benevolent happiness may be, I do not consider if to be a worthy ultimate objective of therapy or life. Instead I believe that the most important objective in modern civilization is: how to lead an honorable life' - There is a lot of inspiration in this book and I would thoroughly recommend it to practitioners from the diploma student to the most experienced trainer. Geoff Lamb, neuroscientist and body therapist, Self and Society, Dec 2006.
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