Subject: PsychologyPrimary location: Australia
Published in:Person-Centered & Experiential PsychotherapiesPublication date:2015-04-01
This article explores the relevance of Heidegger’s existential philosophy for person-centered and experiential therapies. Of particular interest is...
Published in:Rehabilitation PsychologyPublication date:1987-01-01
Published in:Australian PsychologistPublication date:1992-03-01
The long-term psychological adjustment of persons with spinal cord injury (SCI). The better adjusted persons with SCI reported more life satisfacti...
Published in:Australian PsychologistPublication date:1996-07-01
Published in:Disability Handicap & SocietyPublication date:1993-01-01
Published in:Psychological ReportsPublication date:2002-01-01
Published in:Australian Journal of Guidance and CounsellingPublication date:2010-07-01
This article focuses upon the application of Carl Rogers' person-centred approach (PCA) by educational and vocational counselors. The discussion of...
Published in:The Humanistic PsychologistPublication date:2014-01-01
Franz Kafka’s Letters to Felice is instructive for the therapist/reader since it provides a first-person narrative of Kafka’s immersion in a fundam...
Published in:Australian Occupational Therapy JournalPublication date:1992-03-01
Published in:Disability and RehabilitationPublication date:2007-01-01
I compared the methodologies and results of research across five diagnostic groups in which there was expected to be a high prevalence of depressio...
Published in:Psychological ReportsPublication date:2002-02-01
Published in:Australian Social WorkPublication date:1989-03-01
Published in:Disability & SocietyPublication date:2000-03-01
The different ways in which persons with disabilities perceive and evaluate their interaction with health and rehabilitation professionals
Published in:Australian Occupational Therapy JournalPublication date:2010-08-27
The extent to which persons with spinal cord injuries (SCI) experience well-being and a sense of vocational identity
Published in:Australian Occupational Therapy JournalPublication date:2002-12-01
Published in:Australian Journal of Rehabilitation CounsellingPublication date:2011-06-01
This article explores the relevance of Carl Rogers’ person-centered approach (PCA) to rehabilitation counseling. His major theoretical exposition c...
Published in:Australian Journal of Rehabilitation CounsellingPublication date:2015-06-16
This article examines whether Motivational Interviewing (MI) can be truly integrated with Carl Rogers’ person-centered approach (PCA) to counsellin...
Published in:Disability Studies QuarterlyPublication date:2002-07-15
Published in:Australian Journal of Career DevelopmentPublication date:2009-10-01
Published in:Australian Journal of Rehabilitation CounsellingPublication date:2000-01-01
Published in:Australian Journal of Rehabilitation CounsellingPublication date:2001-01-01
An analysis of major themes reported in the Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling
Published in:Person-Centered & Experiential PsychotherapiesPublication date:2017-05-22
In this article, a rationale for how a person-centered approach may contribute to a constructive practice of social ethics is discussed. As an exem...