Congruence
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Congruence

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ISBN-13:
9781898059295
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.01.2001
Seiten:
252
Gewicht:
406 g
Format:
233x127x16 mm
Serie:
Rogers Therapeutic Conditions Evolution Theory & Practice
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Genuineness, transparency, authenticity and realness are the terms used to convey the concept of congruence. This book focuses on, and collects critical explorations of, this therapeutic condition.
Historical Perspectives Sheila Haugh A Historical Review of the Development of the Concept of Congruence in Person-Centred Therapy Soti Grafanaki What Counselling Research has Taught us About the Concept of Congruence: Main Discoveries and Unresolved Issues Theory and Practice Germain Lietaer Being Genuine as a Therapist: Congruence and transparency Barbara Temaner Brodley Congruence and its Relation to Communication in Client-centered Therapy Gill Wyatt The Multifaceted Nature of Congruence within the Therapeutic Relationship Ivan Ellingham Carl Rogers' 'Congruence' as an Organismic, Not a Freudian, Concept Sheila Haugh The Difficulties in the Conceptualisation of Congruence: A Way forward with Complexity Theory? Leslie S. Greenberg and Shari M. Geller Congruence and Therapeutic Presence Mia Leijssen Authenticity Training: An exercise for therapists The Wider Context and Links to the Other Conditions Per-Anders Tengland A Conceptual Discussion of Incongruence and Mental Health Tony Merry Congruence and the Supervision of Client-Centred Therapists Jerold D. Bozarth Congruence: A special way of being Julius Seeman On Congruence: A human system paradigm Peter F. Schmid Authenticity: The person as his or her own author. Dialogical and ethical perspectives on therapy as an encounter relationship. And beyond Gill Wyatt A Synthesis and Implications
Genuineness, transparency, authenticity and realness are the terms used to convey the concept of congruence. This book focuses on, and collects critical explorations of, this therapeutic condition.