PCAc Rogerian Therapy Award

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Person-centred therapy, now considered a founding work in the humanistic school of psychotherapies, began formally with Carl Rogers.

Your dissertation will demonstrate your understanding of his theory and will include as much of your own insights as possible. 

Your work should contain at least 5000 words.

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Please include the following information:

  • Principles of Humanistic Psychology.
  • Carl Rogers life and influences.
  • The organism
  • Phenomenological Field Theory.
  • The propositions
  • Self concept.
  • Discuss Incongruence and its development.
  • Conditions of worth and introjection.
  • Discuss 'The Fully Functioning Person.' and 'The Good Life'
  • Self Actualisation and comparison to other Humanistic/Existential thinkers.
  • Empathy
  • Unconditional positive regard
  • Congruence.
  • Skills
  • Limits of therapy.
  • Criticise and correlate with other theories throughout.
  • Ethical issues.
  • Offer your own thoughts throughout the essay.

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Payment Options

PCAc in Rogerian Therapy

£ 80 

After sending a dissertation certificate is delivered to your door.