Reexamination of Rogers' (1959) collection of theories on the person-centered approach
Since Carl Rogers' death in 1987 proponents of person-centered concepts have revised clientcentered theory and the person-centered approach through continued research and writing, creating tribes of the person-centered approach (Warner, 2000; Sanders, 2004) and new applications. These developments and applications continue to grow and interact, and some have established research foundations, for example, Cornelius-White (2007e) and Elliott (2002). In addition to theoretical changes, some scholars have worked to reexamine and offer extended concepts closely aligned to Rogers' (1959) theories. This paper reexamines research projects that the author has recently been involved with concerning Rogers' main theoretical statement (1959) and proposes a reconfiguration of his General Structure of Our Systematic Thinking (p. 193).
Counseling, Leadership, and Special Education
Core conditions, Learner-centered education, Person-centered approach, Theory of therapy
Cornelius-White, Jeffrey HD. "Reexamination of Rogers' (1959) Collection of Theories on the Person-Centered Approach." Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies 7, no. 3 (2008): 201-208.
Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies