If not, then I toss the criticism out. If there is, then I will consider why that may be and if there is something I need to look at within myself and consider changing it but it never makes me worried or morose. Carl Rogers used person-centered therapy for his research that starts with the belief that people want to be mentally healthy. This therapy used reflection techniques as well as the therapist taking an active role in understanding the client experiences (Cervone,2016). I do believe that his research was done ethically as he had consent from each patient to be a part of his research. References: Cervone, D., & Pervin, L. A. (2016). Personality: theory and research (13th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley . McLeod, S. (1970, January 01). Carl Rogers. Retrieved from
I think that there is a small congruence between your actual, ideal and ought selves. If I think about this using myself I know that are different people that I play in my everyday life and not many people know my actual or true self. In our everyday lives we need to think and be different people. My ideal self wants to be a type of person that doesn’t care what anyone thinks but to be honest my actual self care what everyone thinks and I try to please everyone. This always affects how I act and I feel. Sometimes I feel that people ted to walk all over me because I care so much about what people think. My husband does tell me that I need to stop thinking about other people and I need to focus myself, but for me this is hard. I think that Roger’s major concepts of the self, self- actualization for accurate. Everyone is always thinks about themselves and how they can be better. Carl Rogers uses person-centered therapy for his research. I do believe that his research was done ethically. I believe this because he was the first to ask for his patients contest to be a part of his research. Back then it was never thought of to get contest from the research subjects but now it is to make sure that everything is done ethically
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