Carl R. Rogers

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Biographical Information

Carl Rogers (1902–1987) "A founder of humanistic psychology, he has profoundly influenced the world through his empathic presence, his rigorous research, his authorship of sixteen books and more than 200 professional articles. His best known books are: On Becoming a Person, Client Centered Therapy, Freedom to Learn, A way of Being, Carl Rogers on Personal Power, and Becoming Partners: Marriage and Its Alternatives. Two of his books have been published posthumously: The Carl Rogers’ Reader, a collection of his most influential writings, and Carl Rogers’ Dialogues, which features interchanges with such other giants in the field as Paul Tillich, B.F. Skinner, Gregory Bateson, and Rollo May." [1] wiki

Related Books

  • Edward Hoffman, The Drive for Self: Alfred Adler and the Founding of Individual Psychology (Perseus Books, 1994).
  • David Cohen, Carl Rogers: a Critical Biography (SOS Free Stock, 1997).
  • Barry A. Farber, The psychotherapy of Carl Rogers: cases and commentary (Guilford Press 1998).
  • Brian Thorne, Carl Rogers - Key Figures in Counselling and Psychotherapy series (Sage publications, 1992).
  • Howard Kirschenbaum, On Becoming Carl Rogers (1979).
  • Joyce Milton, The Road to Malpsychia: Humanistic Psychology and Our Discontents (Encounter Books, 2002).

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  1. Carl R. Rogers,, accessed November 13, 2011.