Carl R. Rogers Quotes (Author of On Becoming a Person)
Carl Rogers 19 Propositions A Revisiting
Tudor and Merry 98 define the 19 propositions as "the group of statements which, together, constitute a person-centred theory of personality and behaviour. The 19 propositions are one of the three pillars of the person-centred approach , the other two being the seven stages of process and the six necessary and sufficient conditions for therapeutic personality change. In developing this part of his theory, Rogers drew on the work of other psychologists and on his own experience of counselling clients:. The best vantage point for understanding behavior is from the internal frame of reference of the individual. Spotted out-of-date info or broken links? Email: brokenlink counsellingtutor. Rory has over 10 years expereince as a counselling tutor.
Towards the end of his life Carl Rogers was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his work with Rogers theory (as of ) was based on 19 propositions.
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This included the 19 propositions, which set out his theory of the self. For the most part we are simply seeking to translate from a modern perspective. We have intentionally altered in one place with footnote explaining. Lesley our senior supervisor reminded us that Tony Merry had done a similar exercise, so we are also including his version at the end of this post, for comparison and reference purposes. The regular type is Carl, the italics are our version. All individuals organisms exist in a continually changing world of experience phenomenal field of which they are the center.