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The Rationale of the Counsellor’s Role Rogers, 1951. “In a therapeutic relationship where the therapist endeavors to keep himself out, as a separate person, and where his whole endeavor is to understand the other so completely that he becomes almost an alter ego of the client…”.

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the rationale of the counsellor s role rogers 1951
The Rationale of the Counsellor’s RoleRogers, 1951

“In a therapeutic relationship where the therapist endeavors to keep himself out, as a separate person, and where his whole endeavor is to understand the other so completely that he becomes almost an alter ego of the client…”

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“To perceive as sensitively and accurately as possible all of the perceptual field as it is being experienced by the client…To indicate to the client the extent to which he is seeing through the client’s eyes…

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To lay aside all perceptions the the external frame of reference, while doing so, and to communicate something of this empathic understanding to the client”

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It may be more accurately said that the counsellor who is effective in client-centered therapy holds a coherent and developing set of attitudes deeply imbedded in her personal organization, a system of attitudes which is implemented by techniques and methods consistent with it”

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Lastly,

Motivational interviewing is “way of being” with people and not something we do to people..