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Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series, Carl Rogers on Marriage: An Interview with Bob and Carol
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presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by Rita M. Whiteley, fl. 1972, Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1972), 45 mins
In this video, Dr. Carl Rogers interviews Carol and Bob about their marriage.
presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by Rita M. Whiteley, fl. 1972, Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1972), 45 mins
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Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series, Carl Rogers: The Right to Be Desperate, Parts 1 & 2
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presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1980), 53 mins
Carl Rogers conducts a counseling session with an individual who has leukemia. Includes Rogers' voice-over comments on his technique and his observations.
presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1980), 53 mins
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Evolution of Psychotherapy, 25, The Role of the Therapist, The Role of the Client: Panel
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written by Thomas Szasz, Virginia Satir, 1916-1988, Rollo May and Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; presented by Thomas Szasz, Virginia Satir, 1916-1988, Rollo May and Carl Rogers, 1902-1987, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 25 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1985), 1 hour 3 mins
The discussion begins with May who emphasizes the importance of availability to the client. Rogers states that the therapist serves a function rather than a role. Satir examines the expectations of the client and therapist and how the therapist is able to be a leader while still maintaining a relationship based on...
written by Thomas Szasz, Virginia Satir, 1916-1988, Rollo May and Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; presented by Thomas Szasz, Virginia Satir, 1916-1988, Rollo May and Carl Rogers, 1902-1987, in Evolution of Psychotherapy, 25 (Phoenix, AZ: Milton H. Erickson Foundation, 1985), 1 hour 3 mins
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Three Approaches to Psychotherapy, Part 1 of 3, Part 1: Carl Rogers, Ph.D. (Client-Centered Therapy)
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directed by Everett L. Shostrom, 1921-1992; presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987, Everett L. Shostrom, 1921-1992; produced by Everett L. Shostrom, 1921-1992, Psychological and Educational Films; interview by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987, in Three Approaches to Psychotherapy, Part 1 of 3 (Newport Beach, CA - Corona Del Mar: Psychological and Educational Films, 1964), 48 mins
This film series, the famous “Gloria” films, was a pioneer in educational film-making in the field of psychology. A film series such as this, in which three therapists – distinguished by their different orientations – share their therapeutic endeavors, had never been made before. Gloria, an actual patient,...
directed by Everett L. Shostrom, 1921-1992; presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987, Everett L. Shostrom, 1921-1992; produced by Everett L. Shostrom, 1921-1992, Psychological and Educational Films; interview by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987, in Three Approaches to Psychotherapy, Part 1 of 3 (Newport Beach, CA - Corona Del Mar: Psychological and Educational Films, 1964), 48 mins
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Carl Rogers On Counseling: A Personal Perspective
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presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; with Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974 (New York, NY: John Whiteley, 1977), 26 mins
In this episode, Carl Rogers reflects on his work in encounter groups. He explains the purpose of reflecting a client’s feelings, discusses the issue of experiencing and expressing anger, and considers the function of insight in his counseling model.
presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; with Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974 (New York, NY: John Whiteley, 1977), 26 mins
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Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series, Carl Rogers on Marriage: An Interview with John and Nancy
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presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; interview by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1972), 46 mins
In this video, Dr. Carl Rogers interviews John and Nancy about their marriage.
presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; interview by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1972), 46 mins
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Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series, Carl Rogers on Marriage: Persons as Partners
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presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by Rita M. Whiteley, fl. 1972, Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1973), 30 mins
Carl Rogers describes conditions that he has traced through his years of research in partnerships between men and women which distinguish successful relationships from unsuccessful ones.
presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by Rita M. Whiteley, fl. 1972, Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974, in Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series (Irvine, CA: John Whiteley, 1973), 30 mins
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The Inner World Of Counseling With Carl Rogers, Part 2
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presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974 (New York, NY: John Whiteley, 1980), 31 mins
Dr. Rogers uses client-centered counseling while Sylvia discusses her problems as a divorcee and single parent, and her fears about going to work full-time. Through use of freeze frames and voiceover commentary, Sylvia comments on her feelings at various points in the interview, and Dr. Rogers discusses his counse...
presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974 (New York, NY: John Whiteley, 1980), 31 mins
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Notable Contributors to the Psychology of Personality, Dr. Carl Rogers, Part 1
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written by Richard Evans; presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by KUHT Film Productions; interview by Richard Evans, in Notable Contributors to the Psychology of Personality (Akron, OH: University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, 1971), 49 mins
Dr. Rogers discusses motivation, perception, learning, the self, and his development of client-centered psychotherapy. Explains his reaction to encounter groups, pointing out their strengths and weaknesses.
written by Richard Evans; presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by KUHT Film Productions; interview by Richard Evans, in Notable Contributors to the Psychology of Personality (Akron, OH: University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, 1971), 49 mins
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Notable Contributors to the Psychology of Personality, Dr. Carl Rogers, Part 2
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written by Richard Evans; presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by KUHT Film Productions; interview by Richard Evans, in Notable Contributors to the Psychology of Personality (Akron, OH: University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, 1971), 51 mins
Dr. Rogers discusses the contemporary American educational system, student unrest on college campuses, important issues facing contemporary psychology, and his most important contributions.
written by Richard Evans; presented by Carl Rogers, 1902-1987; produced by KUHT Film Productions; interview by Richard Evans, in Notable Contributors to the Psychology of Personality (Akron, OH: University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, 1971), 51 mins
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