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Title Interdisciplinary handbook of the person-centered approach : research and theory / Jeffrey H.D. Cornelius-White, Renate Motschnig-Pitrik, Michael Lux, editors.
Imprint New York, NY : Springer, 2013.

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Subject Client-centered psychotherapy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Interdisciplinary research.
Person-Centered Psychotherapy.
Person-Centered Therapy.
Psychology, clinical.
Applied psychology.
Clinical Psychology.
Psychotherapy and Counseling.
Alt Name Cornelius-White, Jeffrey H. D.
Motschnig-Pitrik, Renate.
Lux, Michael.
Description 1 online resource
Contents Introductory Chapters. On the Origins of the Handbook / Renate Motschnig-Pitrik, Michael Lux, Jeffrey H.D. Cornelius-White -- The Essence of the Person-Centered Approach / Michael Lux, Renate Motschnig-Pitrik, Jeffrey Cornelius-White -- Interdisciplinary Research and Theory / Jeffrey H.D. Cornelius-White, Renate Motschnig-Pitrik, Michael Lux -- Cognitive and Neuro-Science. An Interactive Cognitive-Emotional Model of the Person-Centered Approach / Renate Motschnig-Pitrik, Ladislav Nykl -- Carl Rogers Meets the Neurosciences: Insights from Social Neuroscience for Client-Centered Therapy / Giorgia Silani, Alberto Zucconi, Claus Lamm -- The Circle of Contact: A Neuroscience View on the Formation of Relationships / Michael Lux -- Rogers' Generative Framework of Organismic Integrity: Scientific Evidence Challenging Academic, Medical, and Pharmaceutical Forces / Carol Wolter-Gustafson -- Mindfulness, Authentic Connection, and Making "Right" Decisions: Using Neuroscience to Build a Bridge with the Person-Centered Approach / David Ryback -- Mindfulness. You Can Inspire Me to Live Further: Explicating Pre-reflexive Bridges to the Other / Akira Ikemi -- The Awakened Heart: Mindfulness as a Bridge Between the Person-Centered Approach and Eastern Philosophies / Karin Bundschuh-Muller -- Getting Centered in Presence: Meditation with Gifted Students at Hansenberg Castle / Jurgen Flender -- Developmental Relating. On Correspondences Between the Person-Centered Approach and Attachment Theory / Diether Hoger -- Relational Psychophysiology and Mutual Regulation During Dyadic Therapeutic and Developmental Relating / Kymberlee M. O'Brien, Karim Afzal, Edward Tronick -- First Relationship, Neuropsychobiology, and the Person-Centered Approach / Evleen Mann -- Positive Psychology. Person-Centered Theory Encountering Mainstream Psychology: Building Bridges and Looking to the Future / Stephen Joseph, David Murphy -- Self-Determination Theory, Person-Centered Approaches, and Personal Goals: Exploring the Links / Kennon Sheldon -- A Strengths-Based Approach Towards Coaching in a Multicultural Environment / Llewellyn Ellardus Van Zyl, Marius Wilhelm Stander -- Systems Theory. Person-Centered Approach and Systems Theory / Jurgen Kriz -- Relationship Worlds and the Plural Self / Godfrey Barrett-Lennard -- Higher-Order Change Within the Person-Centered Approach / Joseph Hulgus-- Game Theory, Research Approaches, and Philosophy. How Can I Trust You? Encounters with Carl Rogers and Game Theory / Len Fisher -- The Person-Centered Approach in Research / David Haselberger, Robert Hutterer -- The Learner-Centered Model: Implications for Research Approaches / Barbara L. McCombs -- A Practice of Social Ethics: Anthropological, Epistemological, and Ethical Foundations of the Person-Centered Approach / Peter F. Schmid -- Spirituality. Christian Spirituality and the Person-Centered Approach / Robert Fruehwirth -- Formative Empathy as a Mystical Way of Being / Francisco Silva Cavalcante Jr, Andre Feitosa de Sousa -- Concluding Bridge. Reflections and a Preview / Renate Motschnig-Pitrik, Jeffrey Cornelius-White, Michael Lux.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary The legacy of Carl Rogers endures in humanistic approaches to psychology, education, human development, communication, and spirituality. His Person-Centered Approach (PCA) promotes the evolution of the human organism and relationships, which lends itself to rewarding partnerships with a variety of scientific and philosophical theories. The Interdisciplinary Handbook of the Person-Centered Approach examines these connections for a deeper understanding of how--and why--this humanistic approach works in client-centered psychotherapy and beyond. Chapters link key constructs of the PCA to research and theory in a variety of fields to bring new significance to self-determination, interpersonal relationships, human attachment, social neuroscience and other related fields. Taken together, this research and theory unites the sciences and the humanities, and the objective with the subjective, to arrive at a clearer picture of the complete, authentic person. A companion volume on applications will demonstrate these connections in practice across various fields for further insights into the utility of the approach. Interdisciplinary collaborations featured in the book link the PCA with: Cognitive and neuroscience Mindfulness and meditation Developmental relating Positive psychology Systems theory Game theory, theory of science, and philosophy Spirituality, religion, and ethics The Interdisciplinary Handbook of the Person-Centered Approach: Research and Theory will benefit researchers and practitioners who want to deepen their understanding and practice. Its usefulness to researchers and students crosses a variety of sciences, such as psychology, neuroscience, therapy, education, communication, and medicine. A unique feature of the book are concept maps that may inspire further interdisciplinary connections across many fields.
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ISBN 9781461471417 (electronic bk.)
1461471419 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-1-4614-7141-7
OCLC # 847969833
Additional Format Printed edition: 9781461471400