please help me with your view on Rogers argument that three attitudes by the therapist—empathy, acceptance, and genuineness—were sufficient for therapeutic change in a wide range of clients. In your opinion, are these three attitudes sufficient for change? If so, for what kinds of psychological problems? If not, what else is needed from the therapist?
Person-Centered Therapy: The Person-Centered Therapy, also known as Rogerian Psychotherapy, is used to facilitate the... View the full answer