On Becoming a Person: A Therapist's View of Psychotherapy

On Becoming a Person A Therapist&#;s View of Psychotherapy

Download On Becoming a Person PDF: A Therapist’s View of Psychotherapy by Carl Rogers published in 1956. Download this book from the link provided below.

About BooksPDF4Free.com

We have created a collection of PDF and EPUB files of e-books you love at one place. Now you can read read your favorite book without any spam for free. Here are some features of our site which are loved by our users.

  • Single click downloads (With our high speed Linux servers)
  • 24/7 Online support to maintain quality of our site and books
  • Committed and hard working team members
  • Quick response to the comments
  • Simple and easy navigation
  • Complete information of the books
  • No spammy ads and fake PDF files
  • No more popping up ads
  • Daily book updates
  • Note: BooksPDF4Free has no intent to infringe anyone's copyrights. So please feel free to report us for removal of your book, we take removal requests very seriously. These files are taken from the internet and we are just helping others. So, if you can purchase this book please support book authors for their hard work so that they can continue writing more books.

    Inside this book

    This chapter combines two very personal talks. Five years ago I was asked to speak to the senior class at Brandeis University to present, not my ideas of psychotherapy, but myself. How had I come to think the thoughts I had? How had I come to be the person I am? I found this a very thought-provoking invitation, and I endeavored to meet the request of these students. During this past year the Student Union Forum Committee at Wisconsin made a somewhat similar request. They asked me to speak in a personal vein on their “Last Lecture” series, in which it is assumed that, for reasons unspecified, the professor is giving his last lecture and therefore giving quite personally of himself. (It is an intriguing comment on our educational system that it is assumed that only under the most dire circumstances would a professor reveal himself in any personal way.) In this Wisconsin talk I expressed more fully than in the first one the personal learnings or philosophical themes which have come to have meaning for me. In the current chapter I have woven together both of these talks, trying to retain something of the informal character which they had in their initial presentation.

    Download On Becoming a Person PDF: A Therapist’s View of Psychotherapy

    Get this book