The influence of carl rogers 1950s 60s rogers trained

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The Influence of Carl Rogers (1950s- 60s) Rogers trained counselors to work with returning veterans Focus on the “whole” person His humanistic and nondirective methods were very influential in counseling psychology Differed from Parson’s Trait and Factor Approach The first to study psychotherapy using video & audio tape
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Committee on Status of Counseling Psychology Despite its successes, detractors were critical of Counseling Psychology 1959: APA committee was assigned to investigate the status of counseling psychology The committee wrote a biased report recommending that Counseling Psychology should be eliminated from the APA! Not many sought American Board of Professional Psychology certification ( ABPP ) Lack of research emphasis Leona Tyler Report – CP is alive and well
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Counseling Psychology: Conclusion Counseling Psychology is a very diverse field and counseling psychologists do many different things Counseling psychologists are “utility players” Most counseling psychologists work outside of academia Your instructor is an obvious exception
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Clinical vs. Counseling Psychology Should Clinical and Counseling Psychology remain distinct subfields? What would be the pros and cons of combining them?
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Career Testing E.K. Strong, Jr. Created the Strong Interest Inventory in 1927 – the most popular, well-supported, & widely used career test today Compares your pattern of interests to those of satisfied employees in a variety of occupations Test later evolved to include John Holland’s RIASEC theory
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Holland Codes (RIASEC) Career success involves matching your personality/interests with a career type. 6 types: Realistic Investigative Artistic Social Enterprising Conventional
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REALISTIC Values concrete and physical tasks Prefers working with things/tools/plants/outdoors rather than people Settings: physical tasks requiring mechanical skill, persistence, physical movt.
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