Carl Rogers, the First Transformative Mediator?

The founder of humanistic psychology, Carl Rogers, believed that empathy, genuineness, and unconditional positive regard were necessary and sufficient to effectuate positive change in his clients. It was not necessary, and probably not even helpful, as he saw it, for the therapist to advise the client what to do next. Dorothy Della Noce, in her chapter "The Case for Transformation: A Review of Theoretical and Empirical Support" in Transformative Mediation: A Sourcebook, further explores how Rogers' research and thinking support the concepts underlying the transformative model of mediation.

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Tags: Rogerian, conflict, mediation, transformation, transformational, transformative

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