Advanced Rogerian Client-Centered Therapy: Direct Practice

Course Number: 49455

Course Description

This second quarter of Rogerian Client-Centered Practice will deepen students' understanding of client-centered theory and focus on its practical application. A majority of the class will be translating theory into practice. Through demonstrations, empathy labs and recordings, students will get space and time to practice, consult and explore direct clinical practice. We will continue to understand a myriad of ways to minimize professional authority, to critique the diagnostic model of a specific treatment for a specific illness and to create an environment in which clients can liberate themselves from internalized familial or societally defined “conditions of worth.” This class will give students specific tools to develop a person-centered orientation and to develop a client-centered therapy practice. Please note that 49450 is not a prerequisite. If you are new to client-centered therapy there will be a review of introductory themes and instruction.

Requirements Filled

Clinical Concentration: All Clinical Classes

Professors and Lecturers Who Teach This Course

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