"This is Me"
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This review examines an autobiographical chapter of Carl Rogers' book, which explains how he became a psychotherapist. The paper first discusses the reasons why Carl Rogers wrote this chapter about himself. The review then focuses on his upbringing and explores his life experiences as described in the chapter. The paper discusses how these life experiences shaped him and led him to the career choice that he ultimately made.
From the Paper:"The chapter commences to detail the account of Dr. Rogers's descriptions for his work and life's effort in psychotherapy. Several paragraphs are then dedicated to the account of his work with excerpts from his previous book, Client-Centered Therapy, which indicates his impressions of the field. The excerpts taken depict the measures of suffering, hope, anxiety and the satisfaction, with which each therapist's counseling room is filled. (Rogers, On Becoming a Person, p. 4) Further, the excerpts talk of his passionate and compelling explanation of how the position of a therapist feels in times of deep constitution."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Rogers, Carl; On Becoming a Person, Chapter 1: 1961, Houghton Mifflin Co.
Cite this Analytical Essay:
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