Carl Rogers

Carl Rogers (1902-1987) was an American psychologist who was one of the founders of humanistic psychology, an alternative to the Freudian paradigm. Rogers’ approach centered on the person of the client and a context of unconditional positive regard. (1)

In His Own Words

“…the degree to which a person has manifested his or her unique neurological, emotional, intellectual, and psychological capacities… the process by which these elements become optimally integrated in the mature brain… reflects the maturing synergy of cognition, emotional intelligence, judgment, social skills, life experience, and consciousness… as we mature, developmental intelligence is expressed in deepening wisdom, judgment, perspective, and vision.” ~Cohen, 2005, xix


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