It is now over seventy years since Carl Rogers' seminal talk on ‘Some newer concepts of psychotherapy’,1 which, in his view, signalled the beginning of his client-centred approach to psychological helping, and twenty-five years since Rogers' death. There have been several evaluations of his work during his life and since his death, each telling us something about the man and the ideas he introduced. Each account is inevitably embedded in its Zeitgeist, and with each appreciation of Rogers' work we see the interweaving of the man and his work, and the cultural snapshot of when it was written. Many of these reviews have been written by people who knew or worked with Carl Rogers, ...
The Overall Influence of Carl Rogers
The overall influence of carl rogers