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The terms congruence and incongruence are used in the 2nd and 3rd core conditions in Person-Centred Therapy. Carl Rogers developed PCT, and outlined in a Journal of Consulting Psychology (1957) that 6 core therapeutic conditions are needed for constructive personality change and that all 6 must be present in therapy. Rogers considered that no other ...


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RTT's online forum was used to enquire as to whether there was any peer reviewed literature supporting RTT. RTT's company lawyer replied with: There are no current published papers on RTT that we can provide. However, we have two feasibility studies starting in September. From what we have collected so far, we have statistically significant results in ...


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There are no research papers on RTT present on Google Scholar. Therefore, I think it is straightforward to presume that it has not been scientifically evaluated, which makes any claim whatsoever about its efficacy quite dubious. It's up to the people promoting an approach to demonstrate scientifically that it is effective, rather than for others to ...


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Humanistic approaches to psychotherapy are wide ranging and not just person-centred therapy. Some allow the scientific approach into the therapeutic discussion, and some don't. Person Centred Therapy (PCT) is very different to the Freudian approach to therapy, and how the therapy is provided will be dependent on the form of therapy the therapist works ...


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Unconditional Positive Regard is one of the core conditions in Person Centered Counselling and so is congruence. In order for you to provide Unconditional Positive Regard (UPR), you need to be congruent and in order for you to be congruent you need to be genuine in your responses. Therefore, you should only provide the truth to any question asked. You ...


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Short answer Your attempt to define self-structure is almost there. Self-structure is how a person organizes all their experiences, knowledge, values and beliefs. Ie what is the typical protocol when dealing with new information, new experiences, etc and how do they compact that in their short/long term cognition. How do they accept, challenge or deny new ...


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