• Evaluate the Claim That Person-Centred Therapy Offers the Therapist All That He/She Will Need to Treat Clients
    into Carl Rogers of Person-Centred Therapy (PCT) or Rogerian Counselling. We need to understand the theoretical constructs of this therapy and the underlying philosophical influences. We are asked to discuss how Rogers responds to the psychological disorders and how this approach might be helpful in...
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  • The Historical Development of Counselling
    reaching their full potential. Carl Rogers was the main proponent of person centred therapy which began in the 1940’s. This approach was Humanistic and saw the client rather than the therapist as the expert of their life. Person centred therapy believes the client holds the answers and has the power of...
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  • Counselling Theories Review
    Review 1.0 Person-Centred Therapy 1.1 Introduction Person- Centred Therapy was founded by Carl Rogers and originally developed in the 1940’s as a reaction against psychoanalytical therapy. Person centred therapy is a branch of humanistic psychology that stresses a phenomenological approach. The underlying...
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  • Pcandexistential
    Working as a counsellor from person-centred and existential perspectives Kaarel Tamre Introduction The following is an attempt to compare two different approaches to counselling, person-centred and existential, and to highlight some important similarities and differences between them. My intention...
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  • Therapeutic approach based on Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT)
    INTRODUCTION 1. Key Theoretical concepts of my approach. My personal story. As a child, I was gregarious, outgoing, and happy-go-lucky. I did not know why I was unable to focus when I had been one of the best students during my primary school. I had been talkative, but I kept to myself, remained...
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  • Level 4 Counselling Theory Assignment
    Diploma Year: 1 2007/8 Unit 3 Theory Assignment Karina Hallworth Contents. Criteria 1 The Historical Development and Philosophy of Person Centred Counselling. 3 Criteria 2 The key concepts, principles and practice of the model. 5 Criteria 3 The concept of self and the development of...
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  • Teachers as Agents of Change
    attitudes of the community at large. Finally teachers are on the scene in the schools; therefore they are in a position to initiate planned change on the basis of needs and are available to implement these changes. Despite this there are many factors which prevent teachers from being an agent of change in schools...
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  • Person Centred Therapy Evaluation
    In order to evaluate the claim that Person-Centred Therapy offers the therapist all that he/she will need to treat clients, one must look at the theoretical concepts of person-centred therapy (PCT) and its underlying philosophical influences. The PCT approach was developed during the 1940’s and 1950’s...
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  • Advantages of Psychoanalysis
    The theoretical foundations of psychoanalysis lay in the same philosophical currents that lead to interpretive phenomenology rather than in those that lead to scientific positivism, making the theory largely incompatible with scientific approaches to the study of the mind.[70][71][72][73][74] Early...
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  • Philosophical Reflections from the Silver Screen: Using Films to Promote Reflection in Pre-Service Teachers
    Reflective Practice Vol. 7, No. 4, November 2006, pp. 483–497 Philosophical reflections from the silver screen: using films to promote reflection in pre-service teachers Charlene Tan* Nanyang Technological University, Singapore hpctan@nie.edu.sg CharleneTan 0 4 700000November 2006 & Francis Original...
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  • Bsc Integative Counselling
    Certificate in Higher Education; Year 2 – Diploma in Higher Education; Year 3 BSc (Hons) in Higher Education).  This pattern reflects the current approach to counselling training provided by other training establishments and represents an appropriate format for accrediting professional bodies both currently...
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  • freud
    medicine at the university of Vienna, where he was influenced by one of his teachers Ernst Brucke, Ernst Brucke believed in the mechanistic approach seeing a person as a machine, determined by physical or chemical causes. Freud moved into neurophysiology (the nervous system and how it functions), where...
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  • Notes on Contemporary Indian Thinkers
    to revive the rich Indian heritage with the help of that which is good in Western Culture. Thus there was a great revival in the ancient Indian philosophical and religious ideas, but these were given a new interpretation, due to the influence of Western thought. Thus Indian Philosophy became very open...
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  • Technology Simplifies Modern Life
    this module The level at which this module is developed The outcomes and assessment criteria for this module Who wrote this module? How should you approach this module in order to be successful? Thinking critically in studying this module Why you should study, critically think about, understand, and become...
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  • An Epistemological Approach to Interpret an Article from the Field of Tesol (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
    Philosophy of Science and Social Science Research Practice An epistemological approach to interpret an article from the field of TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Sajjadllah Alhawsawi 19/01/2009 ...
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  • Discuss the Significance of Studying Different Philosophical World Views of Teacher Education?
    basic philosophies. However, it may take a teacher many years to master, and recognize their style as one of the philosophies. The child centred educational approach holds that the teacher is a facilitator, a guide, an advisor and fellow traveller and therefore, the teacher must provide warmth and nurture...
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  • risks in banks
    for the Aristotle (384 – 322 BC) approach of practical reasoning pertaining to the ideas of virtue and generally avoiding the separation of moral considerations from other practical considerations. These philosophical rationales will form the basis of a philosophical analysis from an ethical and moral...
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  • Critically Evaluate Three Counselling Intervention / Techniques and Use This Evaluation to Reflect on the Application of the Humanistic Theory in Counselling Practice and How They Contribute to the Effectiveness of the Process.
    attention. Throughout the process they become aware of the therapist as a person and may become more curious of them as an individual. At this point they may express an interest by asking questions about the therapist as a person. This may be an indication that the process is now nearing or at its end...
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  • Ethics
    The last decade has witnessed a dramatic revival of philosophical interest in virtues. Ethics of virtue was initially introduced to distinguish an approach in normative ethics, which emphasizes the virtues or moral character, in contrast with an approach that emphasizes duties or rules (deontology) or one...
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  • A.V Lundstedt- Scandinavian Realist
    phrase used by Lundstedt to denote traditional legal science, (derived from the traditional method of natural law), which holds that human beings are persons endowed with legal rights and duties. He was of the view that the term “right” and other metaphysical concepts employed by traditional legal science...
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