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Carl R. Rogers Μάρα Τσούμαρη / Jul 20, 2019

A Way of Being personal and philosophical than his earlier writings was written in the early s near the end of his distinguished career This unique collection traces his professional and person

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  • Author: Carl R. Rogers Μάρα Τσούμαρη
  • ISBN: 9789603683698
  • Page: 190
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  • A Way of Being, personal and philosophical than his earlier writings, was written in the early 1980s, near the end of his distinguished career This unique collection traces his professional and personal development from the sixties to the eighties and ends with a person centered prophecy in which Rogers calls for a humane future.

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      • Carl R. Rogers Μάρα Τσούμαρη

        Experience is, for me, the highest authority The touchstone of validity is my own experience No other person s ideas, and none of my own ideas, are as authoritative as my experience It is to experience that I must return again and again, to discover a closer approximation to truth as it is in the process of becoming in me Carl Rogers, On Becoming a PersonDEVELOPED THEORIES THERAPIESPerson Centered Humanistic Client Centered Student CenteredTIMELINE 1902 Carl Rogers was born in Oak Park, Illinois.1919 Enrolled at University of Wisconsin.1924 Graduated from University of Wisconsin and enrolled at Union Theological Seminary.1926 Transferred to Columbia.1931 Earned Ph.D from Columbia.1940 Began teaching at University of Ohio.1946 Elected president of American Psychological Association APA.1951 Published Client centered Therapy.1961 Published On Becoming A Person.


    1. I stole this book from my little brother, who took a seminar on existential and humanistic psychology during his last semester of college. Lucky duck!Anyway, Carl Rogers is badass. I taught Introduction to Psychology this summer for the third time, and whenever we discuss his person-centered approach, I get bemused questions such as, "So he just.ened to his clients? Really listened to them? And it worked?" Well, yes. Essentially, Carl Rogers articulated the idea that what makes a therapist helpf [...]

    2. i am not sure when i first read this book, but i think it was some time in high school (a book i saw from my dad's large collection of philosophy/psychology/mythology books) i read this, it inspired me to read more psychology books to motivate me to a better misunderstanding of myself and the world around meo bad, i am not "school smart", or else i would become a psychologist (never a psychiatrist!). although, after meeting a random person (indian with half singaporean blood) who said that gandh [...]

    3. Carl Rogers, a giant of psychological history, has here written personal essays - which read almost like a diary - about his way of being which center on authenticity, openness, empathy, gentleness, and love. It is a book about being human, loving oneself, loving others. It was absolutely wonderful and has undoubtedly changed the direction of my studies. Rogers calls his approach a "home-brewed" brand of existentialism that follows in the footsteps of Kierkegaard and Martin Buber, two of my phil [...]

    4. كاتب جامد بيحسسنى انه فى منى كتير اكدلى على معانى كتير كنت عارفه انها صح بس كنت محتاجه حد يأكدلى عليها كنت اتمنى لو اقدر اتعامل معاه واكلمه حد بيحس بالناس اوى وبيهتم لمشاعرهم اتعلمت ازاى احس اللى ورا الكلام وورا الملامح قد ايه ده مهم للناس انك تحس بيهم وتفهمهم وانك لازم تحاول [...]

    5. This was excellent. I started out loving it, though it got a bit dry around the middle. Each chapter is essentially a different essay by Rogers, so my enjoyment varied per chapter. I found the last chapter, The World and the Person of Tomorrow, to be particularly moving.

    6. This book was recommended to me as supplementary reading for a counselling skills course. As a result, I came to it already familiar with the basic principles of Rogerian therapy and a high appreciation for Carl Rogers' approach to individuals and groups. He believed that people have within themselves the resources and insight to chart their own destiny in life, and that all they need is to be reminded of their personal power in order to take it back and solve their own problems. The book itself [...]

    7. Enjoyed getting re-acquainted with his person-centred approach to therapy, education and the world in general. Healing through meeting. Loved reading about the rabbit experiment and about psychic knowledge (possibilities of other realities). I forgotten how fluent his narrative is. His outlook on being together would prove of great help in our current modern technology dominated world and his ideas on how to build communities are worth looking into, especially in a modern world where the pendulu [...]

    8. This book is a collection of speeches and writings from Carl Rogers reflecting on his extensive experience in Psychology. He has had a big influence on the world of psychology in moving away from a prescriptive approach (I know what's best for you) to a non-directive approach (let the patient lead). It's very interesting and has certainly been a model of application in my own pastoral training. He makes reference to eastern philosophies of leadership which I also find fascinating - this sense of [...]

    9. The book is a collection of Rogers’ papers done on different aspects of his person centred approach, organised into three main sections: personal experiences and perspectives, the person centred approach in psychotherapy, and it’s application in education. The first noticeable quality of his writing is the clarity of it. The wordings are precise, the logic coherent, and even the slightest confusion over what he meant is almost not possible. The clarity is so noticeable that it naturally remi [...]

    10. There isn't much I can say about this book that isn't already in the blurb. The book has four major parts and these parts are further divided into chapters. The first part talks about his personal experiences and retrospectives on reaching certain age-related milestones. The second part discusses his approach to his work. The third part discusses education and it's future. The fourth and final part discusses Dr. Rogers' personal ideal scenario of the future.In my own experience, I had heard of D [...]

    11. Ho una versione di questo libro che ha diversi errori di battitura e anche qualche problema a livello di traduzione. Ma Carl Rogers è sempre Carl Rogers

    12. Roger's optimism is genuine and infectious in this work. Despite his age at its writing, no signs of cynicism are detectable. Toward larger bureaucratic systems perhaps. But he has buried that discouragement deep under his belief in the individual. Group dynamics have an organic life of their own, one that can be guided in process more openly than typically thought. The future belongs to those who embrace a more wholistic sense of cognition, one that doesn't always place rationality and logic at [...]

    13. This is one of a handful of books that changed my life.I'm just now glancing over my professional library, and I find I have like 8 books on neuropsychology and no interest in that topic. I did a lot of reading that I didn't want to do in graduate school. Rogers saved my life. I read A Way of Being and I cried the whole time. Those tears are the foundation of who I am today.I didn't cry because the subject matter is sad. I cried because I recognized something in it. I was at the time struggling [...]

    14. When I first purchased the book, I was worried that I would not understand it well given the fact that it was my first time Rogers. But it was OK, and the book is not only about his theory in psychotherapy, but also about his opinions and musings in other areas of life. It is a nice read. Sometimes, because he also includes information from older writings, it feels like a disconnected reading from chapter to chapter, but again, the contents is easy and worth trying. This gives the reader a chanc [...]

    15. Absolutely phenomenal. Approachable, likeable. Humble, honest, brave: Rogers breathes just the right confidence, not too much where arrogance repels, not too little where self-disparagement loses respect, but just right, where I feel equal, can relate, and know I have something to learn from this remarkable fellow. The five star rating is for parts one and two: Personal Experiences and Perspectives and Aspects of Person-Centered Approach, respectively. I only skimmed part three, The Process of E [...]

    16. A view into the mind and life of one of the centuries great psychologists. As a collection of essays it is fantastic way of discovering Roger's views, but I have to admit that I was somewhat disappointed by its repetitive and vague nature. This is more my fault than the book, like one of his clients I came to him looking for answers and instead met a genuine, warm, open and curious individual who instead gave me questions. A worthwhile read, just know that it is as non-directive as his mode of t [...]

    17. Son Millennium neslinin belki de en büyük sorunlarından bazıları kendinden uzaklaşması, hayatının hızlanması, bireyselleşmesi ve bunların sonuncandan artan başanma oranları, insanların birbilerine karşı tutunduğu nefret söylemi adeta nesli kaosa götürüyor bunların önüne geçebilmek için sevgi, sefkat, empati, fakındalık sabihi bireylerin yetişmesi ve bu sorunların üstesine gidilmesi gerekiyor. Kitap insan sevgisi eksenli bir hareketin mutlaka yankı bulacağını [...]

    18. Carl Rogers has had such a profound impact on my development as a social worker. The sections of this book that describe the person-centered approach are excellent. Unfortunately, Rogers started to lose me toward the end of the book when he rambled on about the future, paranormal intuition, and reforming the education system. I think his arguments are valid, but I also think he came across as preachy and forced. All in all, it's still a phenomenal book.

    19. I read this as a text for a college course. Carl Rogers is considered one of the fathers of psychology. His book is written from a changed perception based on his research over the length of his lifetime. It is very well written with the author's humor (and sometimes frustration) coming through in his poetic words. I would have enjoyed hearing one of his lectures in person during his lifetime.Maybe someday I will reread it and like it better.

    20. how could anyone not love Carl Rogers? this is not true memoir in most common style, but compendium of a lot of his lectures with his later thoughts added. He was naive--foretold the 80s and beyond as being the age of enlightenment and human potential being reached by the larger society. don't we all wish.

    21. This book has been such an inspiration for me. I love Rogers' person-centered approach because it fits so perfectly with my own philosophical views - namely that truth should be found within the individual and not in outside sources and that we as humans should learn to love each other unconditionally in order to progress as individuals and as a species.

    22. Some really interesting insights into his particular type of psychology which I enjoyed. The last section of the book primarily deals with education and I really lost interest in the book at this point, but I was probably not the target audience for that section.

    23. كتاب رائع لروجرز، رغم عدم سلاسة الترجمة، فقد قرأته في العربيمتاح في مكتبتنا عربي وانجليزي للاستعارة والاطلاعarabic-christian-counseling

    24. School book but its not overly dry and a great explanation of the history of the person centered approach to therapy starting around 1950. Its not a comprehensive history but rather Rogers take on it. He was right in the middle of it though.

    25. Didn't get very far, about 100 pages in. It was okay, a little dry. Made Rogers sound like a jerk, which was interesting. He apparently didn't let his wife's illness slow him down later in life, she wanted him to care for her but being a caregiver didn't seem to be part of his ideal self.

    26. This is another really good psychology book. Read this whilst doing my counselling course. enjoyed the book, not the course!!

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