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  • Garden will teach you an easy and effective system of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT & REBT).
  • REBT practitioners update your practice for greater effectiveness & efficiency with Not.
  • Ego will help you to live sane in an insane world of competing ego-stories.

Notes on this Table of Contents

  • This content list also serves as both an index and an outline for the book.
  • Seeing the actual content list, you will recognize the amount of information and the detail provided that will enable you to not only understand the Rogerian method–but also to apply that knowledge to your practice and counseling skills.
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  • Title
    • Carl Rogers, Control Freak
  • Copyright
    • Copyright © 2012 by Kevin Everett FitzMaurice
  • ISBN
    • ISBN 978-1-878693-26-6
  • Dedication
  • Description

Rogers Was Skillful

  • Rogers Was Accepting
  • Rogers Was Empathic
  • Rogers Was Intuitive
  • Rogers Was Patient
  • Rogers Was Present
  • Rogers Was Reflective
  • Rogers Was Socratic
  • Rogers Used Silence
  • Rogers Meditated Clients
  • Rogers Increased Cognitive Dissonance
    • 4 Ways Rogers Acted Like a Journalist
  • Rogers Was Controlling
  • Rogers Was Directive
    • 6 Ways Rogers Was Directive
  • Rogers Was Not Genuine
    • 10 Ways Rogers Was Not Genuine
  • Rogers Was Superior
    • 8 Ways Rogers Was Superior

Misinterpretations of Rogerian Method

  • Misinterpreted as Beginning Counseling
  • Misinterpreted as Active Listening
  • Misinterpreted as Questioning

Rogerian Method: Practices

  • Goals for the Rogerian Method
    • 3 Goals for Rogerian Method
  • Disclose the Method
  • Increase Cognitive Dissonance
  • Seek the Inner Conflict
  • Conflict about Conflict
  • Direct Focus to Inner Conflict
  • Redirect Focus to the Conflict
    • Deflect Back
  • Redirect Focus to the Client
  • Stay Present with the Conflict
  • Accept the Conflict as Your Own
  • Mirror the Inner Person
  • Silently Listen to The Client’s Self-talk
  • Trust the Client for Resolution

Rogerian-Method Foils

  • Rogerian-Method Protection
  • Rogerian Method: Not for All Situations
  • Requires Self-Awareness
  • Rogerian Method: Not for…

Conflict Resolution

  • Meta Counseling Theory
    • 8 Suggested Study Groups for CCM
  • Effective Conflict Resolution
    • 29 Ways to Accept or Reject Conflict:
  • Ineffective Conflict Resolution
    • 17 Ways to Mishandle Conflict


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