Client Centered Therapy [CCT] and Person Centered Approach [PCA] are different. Client Centered Therapy came first. It was the rootstock of Person Centered Approach. Carl Rogers described it in 1957 as necessary and sufficient for therapeutic change.
Carl, himself, moved beyond therapy. He quit doing it. He focused on world peace, education, personal power, personal partnerships and other applications. He stopped doing therapy himself. He would continue to train therapists. He changed from Client Centered Therapy to Person Centered Approach. I notice that Brian Thorne in your journal noted Carl’s shift in his later years.
This workshop presented by Barbara and Heather Williams will explore the person centered approach and play therapy. With their own developed philosophy, they build upon the principles of humanistic psychology developed by Carl Rogers, Virginia Satir, and Virginia Axline. Their work focuses on the deep respect for a child...
April 17th & 18th, 2021
The La Jolla Program 2021
Our aim is to understand and experience our personal relatedness to happenings that concern us...
April 19 through Friday April 23