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A theological critique of Carl Rogers

Alexander Goodwill MacDougall

A theological critique of Carl Rogers

by Alexander Goodwill MacDougall

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rogers, Carl R. -- 1902-1987,
  • Client-centered psychotherapy,
  • Theological anthropology,
  • Self-realization

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationv, 116 leaves
    Number of Pages116
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20488591M

    All Book Search results » About the author () Educated at the University of Wisconsin, Carl Rogers intended to become a Protestant minister, entering the Union Theological Seminary in   `Brian Thorne has arguably become the UK's leading authority on Carl Rogers and his work, gaining this reputation by producing books which ooze many of the qualaties that Rogers himslef espoused - frankness, clarity, sensivity, insightfullness, thoroughness, humility and genorosity of spirit. This book will not disappoint the reader on any of these fronts.

    Person-centered therapy was a fundamental shift from what had to that point in time come to typify mental health and psychology. Whereas prior to Carl Roger’s evolutionary work mental health was personified by the cold, mechanistic processes of Freud. Book Review Matthew J. Bellamy, Profiting the Crown: Canada’s Polymer Corporation, (McGill-Queen’s Press, ) Abstract This paper discusses the insightful review of Matthew Bellamy on a multinational company Polymer that began while Canada was in duress and in dire need of rubber that had been cut off due to World War II. The paper discusses some of the most insightful.

    Carl Rogers was an American psychologist known for his influential psychotherapy method known as client-centered therapy. Rogers was one of the founding figures of humanistic psychology and widely regarded as one of the most eminent thinkers in psychology. always a pleasure to read rogers. this book is a compilation of many wonderful pieces. rogers had a great ability to see beyond the surface and connect with people in a very real, personal, and therapeutic way. in an at times parental sort of way, rogers was able to see through to the heart of a patient and his issues and bring insight and hope. great read for those new to psychological theory 4/5.


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A theological critique of Carl Rogers by Alexander Goodwill MacDougall Download PDF EPUB FB2

Critiquing Carl Rogers; On Becoming a Person. On Becoming a Person by author Carl Rogers is a seminal text that most students of psychotherapy will be made familar with and in some cases endoctrinated to worship as gospel.

Here, in this research, the selected books of Carl Rogers’s analysed through qualitative method. Carl Ransom Rogers (Personal Life) Carl Rogers () was an American psychologist and the founder of the Humanistic Approach to Psychology.

This inquiry critically examines the self-actualization theories of Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow. Neither theory, it is argued, is correct. The fundamental claims of each, especially about the self and the human condition, are shown to be radically by: There are many criticisms of Rogers.

He is the father of the language sometimes called psychobabble. DeMott () identifies the following phrases, trace­able to Rogers: "going with the flow," "getting in touch with my feelings," "working at my relationship," "being open to experience.".

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/5. Social Critique:  For Mr. Rogers this ability to balance affirmation and vulnerability is so difficult to negotiate because of the pace of society.

The rapidity of life hinders time for rest, reflection, and thoughtfulness. His show was premised on the idea of slowing down. Rogers, C.R. () A theory of therapy, personality and interpersonal relationships as developed in the client-centred framework.

In Koch, S. (Ed.). Psychology: A study of a science. Vol. III. Formulations of the person and the social context.

McGraw Hill. Grunbaum A. () The foundations of Psychoanalysis: a Philosophical Critique. Roger E. Olson (PhD, Rice University) is professor of theology at George W. Truett Theological Seminary of Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

He is the author of The Story of Christian Theology: Twenty Centuries of Tradition Reform, The Mosaic of Christian Belief: Twenty Centuries of Unity Diversityand The Westminster Handbook to Evangelical by: On Becoming a Person book.

Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The late Carl Rogers, founder of the humanistic psychology mo /5. In Client-Centered Therapy: Its Current Practice, Implications and Theory, Carl R. Rogers, Elaine Dorfman, Thomas Gordan, and Nicholas Hobbs, present a synthesis of the basic philosophy of nondirectional counseling.

This book exposes the meaning through which personal counseling is achieved through a subtle process of self-realization/5. Dr Carl Rogers, a psychotherapist best known for his work on client-centered therapy, sums up the experience and knowledge he has gathered over decades of field work.

An individual’s goal is to become a fully-realized, congruent person; fully aware and. In Person-Centered Psychotherapies, David J. Cain discusses the history, theory, research and practice of this seminal approach whose basic premises have influenced the practice of most therapeutic systems.

Person-centered therapy, also called client-centered therapy, was created by Carl Rogers almost 70 years ago. In polls of psychotherapists conducted in andCarl Rogers was Pages: Carl Rogers joined the Rochester Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (RSPCC), in New York as a Child Psychologist.

(9th October) A daughter, Natalie Rogers was born to Carl. Carl Ransom Rogers (January 8, – February 4, ) was an American psychologist and among the founders of the humanistic approach (or client-centered approach) to is widely considered to be one of the founding fathers of psychotherapy research and was honored for his pioneering research with the Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions by the American Alma mater: University of Wisconsin–Madison, Teachers.

Rogers was much more sympathetic, but usually boring. This particular book, however, read for Educational Psychology class, was more interesting than the others, probably because the idea of liberty in elementary classrooms was something I still hadn't thought much about/5.

Carl Rogers (Carl Ransom Rogers; 8 January – 4 February ) is an American psychologist and author, and he is one of the originators of the humanistic approach to psychology and Person-Centered Therapy (PCT).Carl Rogers additionally is considered to be one of the pioneers of psychotherapy research.

He researched if human beings know themselves thoroughly and if they trust /5(5). Carl Roger's Provocative and Ground-Breaking Insight: 'Your Life is Your Responsibility - Experience Is a Choice' Rogers' idea that experience - and one's interpretation of experience - is what forms personality, also carries the assumption that a change in experience - or a change in the perception of experience - can bring about a change in personality.

One of Carl Rogers best-known books, On Becoming A Person is, arguably, one of the most important volumes on human psychology and psychotherapy ever written. It’s also probably one of the very first psychology bestsellers: when it appeared in – Peter D. Kramer, M.D., writes in an “Introduction” to one of the newer editions of the.

Abstract By Carl R. Rogers Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, ISBN 0‐‐‐X pages Reviewed by John H. Morgan, PhD, DSc, PsyD On Becoming a Person () Carl Rogers' celebrated classic in memoriam - Morgan - - Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture - Wiley Online LibraryCited by: 2.

Natalie Rogers, Carl Rogers’s daughter, used person-centered therapy as a springboard to create expressive arts therapy. Biblical Commentary on Person-centered Therapy Biblically, there is a glaring problem with person-centered therapy in terms of its view of humanity.

Summary of Carl Rogers’s Person-Centered Psychotherapy Approach* Person-centered psychotherapy (also known as client-centered or Rogerian therapy) is a form of talk therapy developed by Carl Rogers in the s and s. The purpose of this form of therapy is to increase a person’s feelings of self-worth, reduce the level of incongruence.The Carl Rogers Reader [Rogers, Carl] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Carl Rogers Reader out of 5 stars The Carl Rogers Reader review. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 3, Verified Purchase. Overall, the book gave you a good idea of what Carl Rogers is about, but I did find some sections went on for Cited by: In his long lifetime he's worn many hats—seminary student, psychologist, researcher, facilitator—but Carl Rogers gained national prominence when On Becoming a Person first appeared injust as the human potential movement began its ascent.

""His critics call him superficial and an oversimplifier. But he seems to get results, and his tribe increases."".