los más importantes desarrollos en el Enfoque Centrado en la Persona abarcara posibles nuevos campos de aplicación además de los clientes). Lo que Carl Rogers hizo fue ni más ni menos que relacionar la psicoterapia y los campos. Article (PDF Available) in Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas) 23(4) Alteridade e Psicologia Humanista: uma leitura ética da abordagem centrada na pessoa . Revisão dos aspectos monadológicos da teoria de Carl Rogers à luz da .. Psicopatologia e terapia centrada no cliente: por uma clínica das paixões. proceso curativo del cliente y de acompañarlos, reconociendo y actuando , Carl Rogers dijo: . terapia centrada en el counselor (ver Rogers, , p. .. /NR/rdonlyres/D9ADDE5B-BEDB/0/ecotherapy. pdf.
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resumen: Los estudios realizados por Carl Rogers, en el ámbito del Enfoque Centrado en la . de uma Terapia Centrada no Cliente, e sua visão sobre a. Con el Enfoque Centrado en la Persona, de Carl Rogers, como nuestra .. Sendo nosso compromisso com o tratamento do cliente, a psicoterapia teria, dessa roughnosecontdar.tk roughnosecontdar.tk Línea de Investigación Teoría Clínica y Psicoterapia, Colectivo. Clínica Humanista, Cali investigación humanista, gestalt, enfoque centrado en la persona. Abstract Armenta, J. (). La terapia centrada en el cliente en un contexto psiquiátri- A. & Byock, G. (). Experiencing Carl Rogers from the client's point.
Campinas, 27 4 , Ribeiro, M. Rogers, C. Sobre o Poder Pessoal. Originalmente publicado em Doxey, L. Tassinari, M.
Japur, M. Serra, R. Wrona, S. Cury, Trad. Wood Org. Lamparelli, Trads. Bizzotto, Trad. Belo Horizonte: Interlivros. Wood, J. Rogers, J. O'Hara Orgs.
Author Note. Address correspondence for Barbara Brodley to N. The founder of client-centered psychotherapy, Carl Rogers is also the father of empirical process research in the field of psychotherapy: he published the first verbatim transcript of the complete series of interviews in a psychotherapy case Rogers, a; Rogers and Russell, , pp. I cannot exaggerate the excitement or our learning as we clustered about the machine that enabled us to listen to ourselves, playing over and over some puzzling point at which the interview clearly went wrong, or those comments in which the client moved significantly forward.
Rogers, b, p. Research employing the therapy data Rogers left to us continues to this day. Over the past ten years Barbara Brodley, primarily, has searched for transcripts, films, audio- and videotapes. We not only located and gathered recordings and transcripts, but also have overseen the careful transcription of about thirty recorded sessions.
The University of Chicago period — is extremely well represented, with about transcripts. We located several sessions from the Wisconsin period — — Mrs Fas, Elaine, Joan, Mrs PS and Jim Brown, who is the most well-known case here, with two full sessions and fifteen long excerpts being commented on in the Wisconsin research report Rogers et al. We were unable to find any recordings or transcripts for the eleven years between the Gloria interview and two Sylvia interviews.
We hope there are audio- or videotapes from that period still stored in the archives of some colleagues. After we found demonstration interviews, but no sessions with regular clients. Some demonstrations of client-centered therapy were filmed for educational distribution Gloria, Sylvia, Kathy and Dione, as were Mr Lin and Miss Mun earlier, in Most of the demonstrations, however, were video recordings made informally within the context of the many workshops and conferences all over the world that Rogers participated in during the eighties, although there are two early demonstration audio recordings from conferences in Mike and Loretta.
It seems clear that after leaving Wisconsin Rogers moved away from one-to-one therapy and toward a very strong interest in groups and workshop events, and was never again a therapy practitioner on any regular basis — although nearly always willing to demonstrate.
We are now in the process of making the transcripts listed in Table 1 available as Word documents online for downloading for use in research and training. The Sessions List Table 1 , arranged by date of recording, provides the following data: code name of client, approximate date of session s , number of sessions in a few cases we indicate we have only long excerpts , and citations for published transcripts of full sessions.
When the Word documents are ready, we will include information about where the recording material itself — as far as available — may be obtained. This quest has been primarily the work of Germain Lietaer, trying to track down every publication in which therapy cases and demonstration sessions of Carl Rogers were cited or analyzed.
Table 2 contains the list resulting from this endeavor. More than ninety percent of the listed publications refer to case studies or research studies using Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies, Volume 2, Number 4 Lietaer and Brodley transcripts listed in the Sessions List.
The impact on psychotherapy research of the case of Gloria is especially striking. We found more than fifty studies in which this one demonstration interview is scrutinized! An analysis of this literature is beyond the scope of this article. From an historical perspective, the material in both lists can assist scholars who wish to study one of the most influential and masterful therapists of the past century.
We especially hope the lists will stimulate further process research on client-centered therapy. T he List of Session Transcripts probably does not refer to all of the therapy or demonstration tapes or transcripts that exist, but is all we have been able to locate up to this date.
We are also aware that there are omissions in the Survey of Publications. We would appreciate hearing from readers who know of sessions or articles we have not listed. Number of sessions Full sessions published 1. FRANKa 1 thru 5, excerpts 2 3. Mrs ETT 16 5. Miss INT —48 7 6. Miss VIB —48 11 7. Mrs DEM —48 8 8. Mrs SAR 4 9. Mr ZAKa 37th and excerpts —51 1 Mrs OAK —51 47 Mr BIK 22 nd 1 Mrs SUP 1st 1 MIKE 1 Mrs ROC 7th 1 Mr LIN 1 Mrs FAS 22 thru 24 3 JOAN 1 Mrs PS 1 Number of sessions Full sessions published 23a.
KATHY 1 ANNA 1 JULIA 2 MARK 1 Farber et al. GINA 1 REIKO 1 Ms G 1 Merry JILL 1 Farber et al. Number of sessions Full sessions published ELLYa —84 1 DAVID 1 MARY 1 Farber et al. STEVE 1 Interpersonal challenge: The second integrative Gloria relationship factor. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 1, — Barrett-Lennard, G.
The search for order and effects. London: Sage, pp. Barak, A. Multidimensional perception of counselor Gloria behavior. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 22, — Biermann-Ratjen, E.
Stuttgart, Germany: Kohlhammer, pp. Bisschoff, M. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 42 4 , — Bohart, A. The missing words: In search of objectivity. Psychotherapy, Gloria 8, — Bozarth, J. Beyond reflections: Emergent modes of empathy. Shlien Eds. New York: Praeger, pp.
The evolution of Carl Rogers as a therapist. Kathy —— A silent young man: The case of Jim Brown. Farber, Brown D. Brink and P. Raskin Eds. The Psychotherapy of Carl Rogers: Cases and commentary.
New York: Guilford Press, pp. Reflections and reactions to Carl Rogers with Mr Vac: Brown Implications for future therapeutic interactions with severely disturbed clients. Hutterer, G. Pawlowsky, P. Schmid and R. Stipsits Eds. Client-centered and Experiential Psychotherapy: A paradigm in motion. Frankfurt a. Bradburn, W. An empirical investigation. Unpublished doctoral dissertation.
The issues of equality and control in the client- or person- Brown centered approach. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 27, 27— Brodley, B. The Person-centered Journal, 1 2 , 37— Bryan 1 and 5 and 7; Group B: Int. Uncharacteristic directiveness. Farber, D. Empathic understanding and feelings in client-centered therapy. The Person-Centered Journal, 3 1 , 22— Haugh and T.
Merry Eds. Observations of empathic understanding in two client-centered See reference therapists. Watson, R. Goldman and M. Warner Eds.
Client-centered and Experiential Psychotherapy in the 21st Century: Advances in theory, research and practice. Understanding client-centered therapy through interviews See reference conducted by Carl Rogers.
Cain, D. Rogers and Sylvia: An intimate and affirming encounter. Sylvia Farber, D. Chen, C. Jnl of Communication Disorders, 14, — De Laet, S. Observations on Carl Rogers as a therapist. Journey, 4. Cases unknown Dingman, R. The Psycho- therapy of Carl Rogers: Cases and commentary. Diss, J. The art of Gestalt therapy or: Gloria What are you doing with your feet now?
Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 17, — Edwards, H. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 29, 14— Primary therapist response modes: A comparison of six rating systems. Jnl of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 55, — Hill Ed.
Helping Skills: The empirical foundation. Ellis, J. Two therapists and a client. The Person-centered June Journal, 1 2 , 79— Essig, T. Psychotherapy, 27, — Evison, R.
A behaviour category instrument for analy- Gloria sing counselling interactions. British Jnl of Guidance and Counselling, 3, 82— Farber, B. New York: Guilford Press. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 18, —9. Fitzpatrick, M. Client emotional [Sessions of involvement and occurrence of in-session therapeutic phenomena.
Canadian Rogers and Journal of Counselling, 33 3 , — Ellis] Gazzola, N. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 7 4 , — Greenberg, L. Empathic affirmation at a Mun marker of intense vulnerability. In Facilitating Emotional Change: The moment-by-moment process. Gundrum, M. British Jnl of Guidance and Counselling, 27 4 , — Gustavson, J. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 53, — Hackney, H. Levant and J. Client-centered Therapy and responses as the Person-Centered Approach: New directions in theory, research and practice.
Bryan Client-centered therapy in Japan: Fujio Tomoda and Taoism. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 38 2 , — Hayes, A. Brink, and P. Helweg, G. Subject characteristics and preferences for Gloria different approaches to psychotherapy: A multivariate study. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 45, —4.
Hill, C. List of therapist intentions illustrated in a Gloria case study and with therapists of varying theoretical orientations.
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 32, 3— Journal of Counseling Psychology, 26, — Hofmeister, B. Person- Beate centered Review, 2, — Holdstock, T. Unpublished manuscript, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Kelly, F. The evaluation of filmed excerpts of Rogers, Gloria Perls and Ellis by beginning counselor trainees. Counselor Education and Supervision, 16, — Kiesler, D. Client—therapist complementarity: An Gloria analysis of the Gloria films. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 35, — Kinget, C.
Het proces. Rogers and C. Miss V. Psychotherapie en menselijke verhoudingen. Theorie en praktijk van de non-directieve therapie. Also translated into French Kirschenbaum, H. The Rochester years. In On Becoming Carl Rogers.
New York: Delacorte, pp. Differential perception of counselor Gloria behavior. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 23, —2.
Lauwers, G. Lee, D. Comparison of verbal responses of Kathy Rogers, Shostrom and Lazarus. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 31, 91—4. Authenticiteit en onvoorwaardelijke positieve gezindheid. Lietaer and R. Van Balen Eds. Utrecht, Netherlands: De Tijdstroom, pp. Authenticity, congruence and transparency. Brazier Ed. Brown Beyond Carl Rogers: Towards a psychotherapy for the twenty-first century. London: Constable, pp. Lietaer and M. Unconditional acceptance and positive regard. Bozarth Bryan and P.
Wilkins Eds. Unconditional positive regard. Gestalt theory and C. Gestalt Theory, 19 2 , 90—9. Lynch, G. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 10 4 , — Nauroth, D. A descriptive analysis of unconditional positive regard in See reference the therapy of Carl Rogers. Psychotherapy, 21, — Mahrer, A.
Sterner, I. Microstrategies Mun in psychotherapy: Distinctively patterned sequences of therapist statements. Psychotherapy, 23, 50—6. Common See reference and distinctive therapeutic change processes in client-centered, rational-emotive, and experiential psychotherapy. Psychological Reports, 62, —4.
Client-centered therapy. Current Psychotherapies. Itasca, IL: Peacock. Gloria Meara, N.