Carl Rogers on Person Centred Therapy

A short clip from an interview with Rogers not long before he died. For all its brevity, for us it captures both his unique flavour, and the essence of the approach.

Here’s the link if you want to see the whole interview (which would mean buying it – so far as we know it is not available as a free resource at the moment). Rogers looks back on his life, and talks about his ideas on social justice and education, as well as on therapy. It also includes an interview between Victor Yalom and Natalie Rogers. A fascinating watch.

http://www.psychotherapy.net/video/person-centered-therapy-carl-rogers

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