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Carl Rogers’ Propositions [III]

[III] The organism reacts as an organized whole to this phenomenal field. In my mind this proposition is possibly one of the most influential of all in regards to successful counselling. It encapsulates Rogers’ life-long belief that everyone has an … Continue reading

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Carl Rogers’ Propositions [II]

[II] The organism reacts to the field as it is experienced and perceived. This perceptual field is, for the individual, “reality”. This is one of my favourite Propositions. The idea that no objective reality exists and so everyone experiences their … Continue reading

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Carl Rogers’ Propositions [I]

I’ve been refreshing myself with Rogers’ 19 famous propositions which form the corner stone of his theory of personality and behavior. Familiarity of these goes a long way to understanding the world we live in and the individuals who populate … Continue reading

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