• Case Studies of Undergraduate Women’s Leadership Development at a State University
    counselling in UK secondary schools. The aim was to balance person-centred values with the need for rigorously scientific methods, and the study incorporated qualitative interviews with young people to explore the impact and potential value of the counselling as well as the research itself...
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  • Evaluate the Claim That Person-Centred Therapy Offers the Therapist All That He/She Will Need to Treat Clients
    would be the client’s comfort level with non-directive therapy. Some studies have suggested that certain clients may get bored, frustrated, or annoyed with a Rogerian style of therapeutic interaction. (Friedrich, 2012) The success of person centred counselling not only depends on the willingness of...
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  • Counsello
    Developed in the client Centred Framework. In S. Koch (Ed) Psychology: A study of science. Newyork; McGraw-Hill Rogers. (1961). On becoming A Person. Boston; Houghton Mifflin. Rowan, J. (1983). The Reality Game: A Gide to Humanistic Counselling and Psychotherapy (2nd Edn). London; Routledge and...
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  • Person Centred Counselling
    is possible to be truly himself and still be accepted. O'Leary '82 in the only Irish and international longitudinal study of adolescents who received person-centred counselling from guidance counsellors lasting one year indicated that empathy was the most significant condition offered...
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  • Person Centred Therapy Offers the Therapist All That He/She Will Need to Treat Clients.
    ) Essential Research Findings (p111) London: Sage Publications Ltd. Tudor (2000) The case for the lost conditions. Counselling, 11 (1), 33-7 in Sanders P., 2006. The Person-Centred Counselling Primer. (p 74) Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books Ltd, Warner M., (2000). Person-centred Psychotherapy: One Nation...
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  • Developing Style of Counselling
    , warm, and clear no-nonsense writing. The evidence of success (based on numerous research studies over the years) is overwhelmingly in favour of the Person Centred Approach (PCA). Cain (1990) lists seven ways that Rogers and colleagues influenced the development of counselling...
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  • Issues in Counselling
    available you can order it. Key Texts. Bond T, (2010), Standards and Ethics for Counselling in Action, Sage Lago, C. Thompson, J.M (1996) Race, Culture and Counselling, open University Press McLeod, J 2003 An introduction to counselling OU PRESS Mearns D and Thorne B (2008) Person centred...
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  • Using Ict for Distance Learning
    through the internet. They enable me to access College online distance study network to work on Level 5 BTEC HND Therapeutic Person-centred Counselling course. These tools mean I can communicate with my tutor for guidance and clarification and feedback. Technological tools allow me to plan study time...
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  • Bsc Integative Counselling
    therapeutic relationship alongside an examination of relevance to personal experience. • Develop an increased sense of self-awareness whilst considering wider issues surrounding competent integrative counselling practice. • Examine psychodynamic, person-centred, and experiential behavioural...
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  • Conselling in Schools
    A critical examination of Person Centred Counselling and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy applied to a secondary school context. This piece of work will aim to also consider how aspects of these two approaches of counselling could be applied to support students during their journey through adolescence...
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  • ‘Evaluate the Claim That Person-Centred Therapy Offers the Therapist All That He/She Will Need to Treat Clients.
    Psychodynamic Approach also displays weaknesses, in that most of Freud’s is based on findings of case studies, and anecdotal references where cases are often unique and there are problems with generalisation. Like the Psychodynamic Approach, the Person Centred approach does not dismiss the...
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  • D171 Tma 01 Introduction to Counselling
    ‘Compare and contrast the different ways the person-centred approach and the cognitive-behavioural approaches to counselling understand and make use of the counselling relationship’. Every psychological approach has its own perspective on the mind and the needs of the client within the...
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  • Evaluate the Claim That Person-Centred Therapy Offers the Therapist All That He/She Will Need to Treat Clients.
    psychotherapy”(1942) “Counselling With Returned Servicemen”(1945) Client-centred Therapy”(1951) “Psychotherapy and Personality Change” (1954) “On becoming a person”(1961) “The Therapeutic Relationship and Its Impact: A Study of Psychotherapy with Schizophrenics“(1967) “Man and the Science of Man”(1968...
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  • Counselling Concepts Level 2
    , (1991). In: Sanders, Pete. (Third Edition, 2003, p.3) First Steps in Counselling (Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books). Through the course I have gained a basic understanding of three different types of counselling. These are Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioural and Person Centred Therapy. The...
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  • Person- Centred Counselling in Action by Dave Mearns & Brian Thorne, 1988
    book did not disappoint. -2- The main body of the book explores in some depth, the conditions (known as the core conditions) of empathy, acceptance and congruence, which are essential to the practice of the person- centred counsellor. The final three chapters draw on one particular case study...
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  • Counselling for Career Development
    Abstract: The methodology chosen for this assignment is a case study. As described by Elaine Wilson (2009), “case studies provide detailed knowledge of a single ‘case’ or small number of cases”. This assignment reflects an outline of a person-centred approach to career counselling, as described...
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  • “the Relationship Between Counsellor and Client Is the Most Influential Factor in Whether Counselling ‘Works’”. Critically Discuss This Statement from the Perspective of at Least Three Approaches to Counselling.
    counselling, Psychodynamic counselling and Person-Centred counselling. It will aim to understand the process and therapeutic approach used in counselling and how the relationship between client-counsellor evolves and what effect this will have on the outcome. Throughout history, support has been seen...
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  • Sociocultural Issues Case Study
    this assignment will be drawing on with regards to sociocultural issues will be, race, culture and sexuality. The counselling approach being used will be person centred therapy. The Case Study is based on 32 year old woman who is mixed race and gay. She suffers anxiety around men which is the result of...
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  • Evaluate the Claim That Person-Centred Therapy Offers the Therapist All That He/She Will Need to Treat Clients.
    ) counselling also known as Client-Centred or Rogerian counselling is a humanist therapy, which emerged in the 1950’s, offering individuals an alternative to other Behavioral/Psychoanalytic methods. Humanistic therapy concentrates on the ability of a person to make rational choices and develop towards...
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  • Self Concept
    positive self-concept is undeniably a critical aspect of social and emotional development (Dowling, 2008) and for Rogers, the theory of the self was central in his theory of personality. From a counselling perspective, person-centred theorists support this notion and believe that many of the successes...
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