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Today, only a small proportion of mental health professionals regard themselves as taking the client-centered therapy approach.
Drawing on client-centered therapy, problem-oriented therapies, and integrative conceptualization, he covers current theoretical approaches, processes from building the therapeutic alliance to meeting ethical standards, and specific situations and disorders.
Skinner; Carl Rogers' Client-Centered Therapy, regarding self-discover and self- actualization; the evolution of Rogerian thought, beyond counseling into everyday styles of communication; Authier and Ivy's theory regarding Intentionality and client focus; Strupp's ideas about trust and affection; and multicultural issues in the counseling process.