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Someone has come to you, expressinga number of problems: The person's

marriage is a mess, they hate their job, they cannot complete work on time, they feel overwhelmed and cranky much of the time, and even their dog doesn't like them much of the time.

-Describe Rogers Humanistic perspective on personality, and how he envisioned both problems and solutions
-Pretend, in a letter, working from Rogers Humanistic (client centered) perspective, informing the fictional "client" what the client can do about the problems the client is having.
-Using Rogerian theory , therapy and terms, how you tell the client to set things to right again?
-Display, in the letter, clear evidence, what the theorist considers a healthy, well-adjusted personality and how to help someone build one

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