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I choose to write about person-centered approach because, in
my opinion, G1 G2 Carl
Rogers hit on the method that mostly used in
today’s therapy session. I G3 G4 believe in
how high the mind is, and I feel as this theory G5 G6 G7 shows
it all too well in the person-centered therapy approach. “Since its development by Carl
Rogers in the 1940s, client-centered therapy has been a significant force in
the world of humanistic psychotherapy. Today the approach, now termed
person-centered therapy (P-CT), continues to evolve to take account of
contemporary developments. (Josephy, 2016)”G8 G9 G10 G11 

HISTORY

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Carl Rogers unswervingly emphasized the part of the connection
between client and psychotherapist as of primary implication in therapeutic exercise.
Not only was he the pioneer of humanistic psychology but he was often referencing
to being way advance in the psychotherapy field. (Corey, 2012)There was G12 an G13 attitude that advanced from his practices of working as a
psychologist, and knowledgeable by his awareness of a wide array of other psychological
theories and approaches such as comprehensive psychotherapy, and analyzing the
transcripts of therapy sessions. Listening back to actual therapy sessions
allowed Rogers to conduct research studies, being the first to use quantitative
methods. Rogers saw a productive therapeutic
relationship G14 between counselor and client as symbolized
by the existence of an G15 exactG16  sequence of psychotherapist arrogances in unification
with specific G17 G18 G19 influences principally associated with the G20 G21 consumer. If each of these magnitudes were
the inG22 stance, he contended it was foreseeable
that psychological evolution would transpire. (Corey, 2012)G23 G24 G25 G26 G27 G28 G29 G30 G31 G32 G33 

The theory of person-centered approach based on the client coming to
different terms with their situation with guidance by the therapist. The
psychotherapist allows the client or person to learn or try to express views
and state of mind of which desires they may come to communicateG34  about. Without the focus on the patient having the
ability to answers on their own and knowing that a safe environment should be
precisely where they are to do soG35 .  The
psychotherapist is to just ease this innocuous and correct atmosphere to support
the patient on the track to their expedition to that of self-preservation which G36 foremost to becoming more congruent with
their self and gaining a more interG37 nal G38 assessment at their own expense, therefore allowing
them to start their path on becoming a highly functional individual. G39 G40 G41 G42 G43 G44 G45 

KEY
COMPONENTS AND CONCEPTSG46 G47 

THE HUMANISTIC INFLUENCEG48 

The humanistic influence built on Abraham Maslow’s
contribution to humanistic psychology, which is where Mr. Rogers aspirations came to. Rogers decided to focus on the
positive G49 ideology of the human being and the fully
functional person. Maslow disparaged
the negative outlook that Freudian psychology concentrates on.  Maslow, felt as if the “sick and
negative side of human natureG50 G51 G52 G53  (Corey, 2012)”
was occupied in many different types of research.  None of the positive aspects such as joy,
self-fulfillment, and creativity were being studied or researched.
“Self-actualization became the central theme of the work of Abraham MaslowG54 G55 G56  (Corey, 2012)”.G57 G58 G59 G60 G61 G62 G63 G64 

Person-centered
psychology thought that consumers are proficient and reliable and they
emphasize on patrons’ capability to make variations for themselves. G65 G66 (Corey, 2012)G67 

ACTUALISATION

Self-actualisation means to grow or mature in all aspects need to feel
complete or fulfilled. Many naturally complete this throughout their lifespan
as they focus on becoming a better individual. These actions involve continuous
autonomy and self-regulation throughout the person lifespan.G68 G69 

CONDITION OF
WORTH

The condition of worth starts when I person
evaluates their internal and external being. They begin to develop different
levels of success or stages of growth as a complete whole.  They instead assess their self-concept from
surrounding essential individuals by crG70 G71 G72 G73 G74 G75 G76 G77 G78 itiquing the way the individual goes about
situation and self-image. (Seligman, 2006)G79 G80 G81 G82 G83 G84 G85 G86 

FULLY-FUNCTIONAL
PERSONG87 

Is open to living with goals, and purpose throughout their lifespan. This
person has an excellent set of ethics and high moral and standards that they
abide by. A fully-functional person is an individual that has an emotional
health foundation which in turn allows this person to keep an outstanding
mental outlook.  A person becoming
fully-functional would be the goal or the results of the person-centered
therapy approach. G88 G89 G90 G91 G92 G93 G94 G95 (Seligman, 2006)G96 G97 G98 G99 G100 

THE
PHENOMENOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

The phenomenological perspective is, in
fact, the view of the G101 G102 G103 G104 clients’ outlook or
unique investigates one’s world. All should require this
component in each of their person-centered therapy session.G105 G106 G107 G108 G109 G110 

PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT IDEAS.

Someone who would be great for the person-centered therapy
approach would be someone who has personality
developments. By continuously exposing someone to positive attributes of their
personality will allow this person to remain less defensive and more open to
trying different personality adjustments and events. This client would come in
suffering from conditional outlooks of individuals who have trained him/her to
think about particular purpose. The signs of this type of conditioning would be
low self-esteem, apply unrealistic goals and ridiculous mission behind these
outlooks.G111 G112 G113 G114 G115 G116 G117 G118 G119 G120 G121 G122 G123 G124 G125 

 

PERFECT THERAPEUTIC CANDIDATESG126 G127  FOR
PERSON-CENTERED THERAPYG128 .

Individuals who have such goals of therapy as (Seligman,
2006):

1.     
Simplify client’s trust
and ability to be at the present moment. Signs will be honest in their journey
of treatment without feeling any judgment from their counselor.G129 G130 G131 

2.     
To encourage positive self-awareness and
self-esteem.

3.     
To enforce and empower the individual on change.

4.     
To give the client the tools to manage and gain
the ability to become self-actualized.

5.     
To increase congruence in the clients’ feelings
and behaviors.

THERAPEUTIC TECHNIQUES AND METHODS OF WORKINGG132 .

Therapeutic techniques for person-centered therapy not found in any of the other
treatment approachesG133 G134  because in the different
methods mainly the G135 G136 G137 G138 G139 G140 counseling sessions focus on what can be
complete at the meeting rather than in person-centered therapy the counselor is
there to influence, encourage, and guidG141 G142 G143 ing self-awareness
that the client has zoom in on at the time of the visit. The techniques
that should focus on by the therapist is self-awareness, unconditional positive
regard, empathy, non-directness, a G144 reflection of feelings,
self-actualization, and congruence, which should show whether the therapist is
genuine in their practice. Unconditional positive regard will allow the
psychotherapist is respecting and showing care for the clientG145 ‘s
determinations of their positioning of self-awareness. Although, many may say
that empathy is a trait that all therapist should have, not all do.  Skill is developed through years of
experience and having the outlook of opposed experiences. Non-directness is
needed when practicing person-centered therapy because the therapist should not
be giving advise or direction or where their clients should be during the
session. There are many other techniques that are practice during
person-centered therapy approach, but those listed above must be perfected by
the therapist before treating with this method.G146 G147 G148 G149 G150 G151 G152 G153 G154 G155 G156 G157 G158 G159 G160 G161 G162 G163 G164 G165 G166 G167 G168 G169 G170 G171 G172 G173 

STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES

Now, just like any other therapeutic
approach, there will always remain strengths and weakness.  Let’s take the time to explore some of them
that may demonstrate when practicing the person-centered therapy.G174 G175 G176 

STRENGTHS WITHIN PERSON-CENTERED THERAPY:G177 

1.     
Patients have an optimistic understanding of therapy
when the attention is on them and their complications.G178 G179 G180 

2.     
Patients become encouraged to attend therapy on
a regular basis.

3.     
When patients are being listened to rather than
their actions are under judgment, they then express their selves more openly.G181 

4.     
Research has substance in the importance of the
client-therapist relationship. (Seligman, 2006)

5.     
A perspective of therapy that is up to date. G182 (Seligman, 2006)

6.     
Patients feel empowered that they are
responsible for the decisions that are being created.G183 G184 G185 G186 G187 

7.     
Many characteristics are pertinent to a
multicultural standpoint. (Seligman, 2006)

 

WEAKNESSES WITHIN THE PERSON-CENTERED THERAPY:

1.     
Nose-dives in preparation for the clients for the
actual world when it comes to the unconditional positive regard of the
psychotherapist. G188 (Seligman, 2006)G189 

2.     
Those clients who may not be as motivated or
optimistic in change would not be appreciative or appropriate of this therapy.

3.     
P-CT does not good for enticement on continuous,
psychodynamic or G190 G191 G192 behavioral
therapy consequently preventive the inclusive thoughtful of those patients. (Seligman,
2006)G193 G194 G195 

4.     
Does not an emphasis on techniques that will
help the patient with problem-solving.G196 

5.     
A therapist may have a chip on their shoulder,
and they find difficulty in their patient finding their way. G197 G198 (Corey, 2012)G199 G200 

6.     
If the therapist is not non-directive or
submissive that it will be an unproductive way of treatment. G201 (Corey, 2012)

7.     
Many therapists shy away from stimulating their
patients and just remain sympathetic. (Corey, 2012)

 

CONCLUSION

As Wanda Boyer stated exceptionally in her journal article, “Carl
Rogers understood human nature and the possibilities for hope and change. He
created an individual conflict resolution model based on the simple but elegant
premise. Help and healing come from the support of a non-judgmental advocate.
The therapeutic alliance and bond are important and in the relationship with a
client, the counselor must be willing and able to embody trustworthiness,
resourcefulness, self-understanding, reflectivity, active empathy, motivation,
and G202 G203 G204 initiative to make
constructive changes to their life to model these qualities in a
relationship with the client. When the client judge3s the therapeutic alliance
and the therapeutic environment to be favorable, treatment outcomes are
positive G205 (Boyer, 2016).” 

I feel as if the approach is to open the client to explore
internal avenues along with development or the regaining trust factor within
themselves.  This method introduces and
emphasizes on the positivity within the client rather than apply insecurities
within someone who may already have a conditional outlook on life or in the
psychotherapy world. When any clinician is looking at the career path of
psychology, this approach is one of their most used therapy for the sake of the
client working out their problems. I would believe that this would be any
great, and confident therapist goal.

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