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Carl Rogers on remembering our humanity

“Before every session, I take a moment to remember my humanity. There is no experience that this man has that I cannot share with him, no fear that I cannot understand, no suffering that I cannot care about, because I … Continue reading

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Use of self in therapy – Brian Thorne

‘In the last year of his life Carl Rogers give a remarkable interview to Michele Baldwin on the use of self in therapy. It would seem that Rogers was in a particularly expansive mood, and although he could not have … Continue reading

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