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Criticisms and Rebuttals
Criticisms and rebuttals
Criticisms

Rogers had his critics from the very beginning and they have not grown less vociferous with the passage of the years. At the present time the standing of person-centred scholars and therapists within the world of academic psychology is often shaky: in some countries they are regarded as naive enthusiasts from a former age or they suffer the greatest indignity of all – indifference. In Britain, the last twenty years have seen a welcome shift in this situation with a resurgence of research activity and a strengthening of the professional identity of person-centred practitioners through well-established training programmes and professional groupings. Nonetheless, it continues to be the case that the person-centred viewpoint does not align itself easily with the spirit ...

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