Eleven members and former members are represented in their written prose
Papers By Carl Rogers
Psychologist Carl Rogers was world-famous during his life (1902-1987) as a pioneer opening new ways for people to communicate more fully with each other, and to come to grips with personal and social problems. He authored hundreds of scientific and popular articles and books, and appeared in a number of video-formats. He wrote in an open, appealing and clear manner. His work remains relevant and readily available today.
Papers By Ernest Meadows
Papers By Maureen O’Hara
Dr. Maureen O’Hara is Professor in the Psychology Department at National University, La Jolla, CA and President Emerita of Saybrook Graduate School, San Francisco. Working with American psychologist Dr. Carl R. Rogers, she helped develop the Person-Centered Approach to psychotherapy and large group process. More recently her writings have examined the relationship between the “big picture” changes underway and internal psychological adaptation.