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Watson, Jeanne C. / Goldmann, Rhonda N. / Warner, Margaret S. (Eds.)

Client-centered and experiential psychotherapy in the 21st century:
Advances in theory, research and practice
Ross-on-Wye (PCCS) 2002, 506 pages,

Paperback ISBN 1-898059-43-8, 38 EUR
Hardback ISBN 1-898059-49-7

contribution by P. F. Schmid
The necessary and sufficient conditions of being person-centered”
On identity, integrity, integration and differentiation of the paradigm


Contributions by
Baljon, Marijke C. • Becker, Martina • Behr, Michael • Bohart, Arthur C. • Bozarth, Jerold D. •  Brodley, Barbara T.  • Coffeng, Ton • Eckersell, Will • Ellingham, Ivan • Gaylin, Ned L. • Glick, Meredith J • Goldman, Rhonda  • Grafanaki, Soti • Greenberg, Leslie S. • Hannon, J. Wade • Hawtin, Sarah • Hayashi, Sachiko • Hendricks, Marion N. • Iberg, James • Jaison, Bala • Kahn, Edwin  • Kara, Atsushi • Krycka, Kevin C. • Lambo, Deb  • Leijssen, Mia • Lietaer, Germain Lovering, Ann,  • Missiaen, Claude • Mitchell-Williams, Zinnia • Moon, Kathryn • Pörtner, Marlis • Proctor, Gillian • Prosser, Meghan • Purton, Campbell • Raskin, Nathaniel • Rogers, Natalie  • Rushanski-Rosenberg, Rachel • Schmid, Peter F. • Sikkema, Bob  • Stiles, William B. • Stinckens, Nele • Stumm, Gerhard • Tolan, Janet • Van Der Moolen, Carla R.  • Van Kalmthout, Martin • Warner, Margaret S. • Watson, Jeanne C. • Wilkins, Paul


LIETAER, GERMAIN (2002), The client-centered/experiental paradigm in psychotherapy: Development and identity, in: Watson, Jeanne C. / Goldman, Rhonda N. / Warner, Margaret S. (2002) (Eds..), Client-centered and experiential psychotherapy in the 21st century. Advances in theory, research and practice, Ross-on-Wye (PCCS) 2002, 1-15
ELLINGHAM, IVAN (2002), Foundation for a person-centred, humanistic psychology and beyond: The nature and logic of Carl Rogers’ “formative tendency”, in: Watson, Jeanne C. / Goldman, Rhonda N. / Warner, Margaret S. (2002) (Eds..), Client-centered and experiential psychotherapy in the 21st century. Advances in theory, research and practice, Ross-on-Wye (PCCS) 2002, 16-35
SCHMID, PETER F. (2002), The necessary and sufficient conditions of being person-centered: On identity, integrity, integration and differentiation of the paradigm, 36-51
HENDRICKS, MARION N. (2002), What difference does philosophy make? Crossing Gendlin and Rogers, 52-63
HAWTIN, SARAH (2002), The organismic valuing process and ethics in person-centred theory, 64-72
HAYASHI, SACHIKO / KARA, ATSUSHI (2002), Understanding the self through Taoist emptiness, 73-78
PROCTOR, GILLIAN (2002), Power in person-centred theory, 79-88
PURTON, CAMPBELL (2002), Focusing and focusing: The practice and the philosophy, 89-98
KAHN, EDWIN (2002), Heinz Kohut’s empathy, 99-104
RASKIN, NATHANIEL (2002), Rogers’ empathy. A revolutionary innovation, 105-107
STUMM, GERHARD (2002), The person-centered approach and self psychology, 108-126
VAN KALMTHOUT, MARTIN (2002), The farther reaches of person-centered psychotherapy, 127-143
TOLAN, JANET (2002), The fallacy of the “Real” Self: In praise of self structure, 144-149
BEHR, MICHAEL / BECKER, MARTINA (2002), Congruence and experiencing emotions: Self-report scales for the person-centered and experiential theory of personality, 150-167
BOZARTH, JEROLD D. (2002), Empirically supported treatment: Epitome of the “Specificity Myth”, 168-181
BRODLEY, BARBARA T. (2002), Observations of empathic understanding in two client-centered therapists, 182-203
GREENBERG, LESLIE S. / RUSHANSKI-ROSENBERG, RACHEL (2002), Therapist’s experience of empathy, 204-220
IBERG, JAMES (2002), Psychometric development  of measures of in-session focusing activity: The focusing- oriented  session report and the therapist ratings of client focusing activity, 221-246
KRYCKA, KEVIN C. / LAMBO, DEB (2002), Gendlin’s edge: Making fresh sense out of gay and lesbian experience, 247-257
BOHART, ARTHUR C. (2002), A passionate critique of empirically supported treatments and the provision of an alternative paradigm, 258-277
GRAFANAKI, SOTI (2002), On becoming congruent: How congruence works in person-centred counselling and practical applications for training and practice, 278-290
WILKINS, PAUL / MITCHELL-WILLIAMS, ZINNIA (2002), The theory and experience of person-centred research, 291-302
WATSON, JEANNE C. / PROSSER, MEGHAN (2002), Development of an observer rated measure of therapist empathy, 303-314
BALJON, MARIJKE C. (2002), Focusing in client-centred psychotherapy supervision: Teaching congruence, 315-324
COFFENG, TON (2002), Two phases of dissociation, two languages, 325-338
GAYLIN, NED L. (2002), The relationship: The heart of the matter, 339-347
HANNON, J. WADE / ECKERSELL, WILL (2002), Infusing client-centered/person-centered counseling into a traditional counselor education program, 348-355
JAISON, BALA (2002), Integrating experiential and brief therapy models: A guide for clinicians, 356-369
MISSIAEN, CLAUDE (2002), Client-centered group psychotherapy: Six theses put to the test. A contribution from  practice, 370-379
PÖRTNER, MARLIS (2002), Psychotherapy for people with special neEds.: A challenge for client-centered psychotherapists, 380-386
ROGERS, NATALIE (2002), Person-centered expressive arts therapy. A path to wholeness, 387-399
SIKKEMA, BOB (2002), Unconditionality: Being present in an attentive way to help translate thoughts into the language of feeling, 400-405
STILES, WILLIAM B. / GLICK, MEREDITH J. (2002), Client-centered therapy with multi-voiced clients: Empathy with whom?, 406-414
STINCKENS, NELE / LIETAER, GERMAIN / LEIJSSEN, MIA (2002), Working with the inner critic: Fighting “the enemy” or keeping it company, 415-426
GOLDMAN, RHONDA (2002), The two-chair dialogue for inner conflict, 427-447
VAN DER MOOLEN, CARLA R. (2002), Doctor, please make me well again! On clients having severe subjective health complaints (the Somatoform Disorder), 448-458
WARNER, MARGARET S. (2002), Luke’s dilemmas: A client-centered/experiential model of processing with a schizophrenic thought disorder, 459-472
LOVERING, ANN (2002), Person-centered and feminist theories: How we connect them in our work with groups of Mexican women, 473-484
MOON, KATHRYN (2002), Nondirective client-centered work with children, 485-492


Your presentation at the Chicago conference, published in the Watson et al. proceedings is even better than I remembered it during the meeting. Glad you are so active.

Jerold Bozarth, USA, September 2002


I deeply appreciated Peter's presentation at Chicago 2000, such that I felt a real fondness for him. What struck me from Peter's paper at the Chicago ICCCEP 2000 conference, was that Peter is speaking as a client-centered therapist who springs from an ethical point of departure, while accepting and subsuming the actualizing tendency within his personal therapeutic framework.
Kathy Moon, USA, August 2002


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