Influential Past Teachers
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This landmark interview with Laura Perls appeared in the premier issue of The Gestalt Journal. The first comprehensive exploration of Laura’s role in the development of Gestalt therapy, it was the first of three interviews that became “An Oral History of Gestalt Therapy.” The interview was conducted by Laura’s friend and trainee, Edward Rosenfeld. It begins with Rosenfeld’s introduction to the interview.
by Dr. Stephanie Sarkis:
1. Person-Centered Therapy
This is the big one, Rogers’ therapy raison d’etre. Person-Centered Therapy advocated for Unconditional Positive Regard, use of a reflective technique, and a more egalitarian counseling relationship between counselor and client. Here’s Rogers talking about Person-Centered Therapy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DjTpEL8acfo