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‘This book... is not a single “meal” in itself but a positive “larder” containing every imaginable staple food and condiment all exquisitely and thoroughly researched. The book took Goff Barrett-Lennard 20 years to write and it will stand as a reference text for person-centred specialists for longer than that... an essential reference text... and a pantry full of delicious surprises’ — Counselling, The Journal of the British Association for Counselling

Contours of the School Phase of Client-Centred Therapy
Contours of the school phase of client-centred therapy

The development of the Counseling Center – its staff, its therapeutic principles, its research, its administrative procedures – was a most exciting process. I believe I learned more and contributed more during the twelve years at the Center (1945–1957) than at any other period. I learned to set the staff free, to make all of us jointly responsible for the work of, the welfare of, and the future of the Counseling Center. It was a period in which our basic views about the helping relationship came to fruition.

CarlRogers, 1967a

As the world awoke from the real-life nightmare of the war, and nations and individuals turned to confront the difficult challenges of healing ...

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