Wednesday, May 03, 2006

PCA Papers Nos.7-41

A 'Pat' Patterson Extravaganza:

A number of papers written or co-written by 'the Sage' himself:

A behavioral view of the therapeutic relationship
A universal system of psychotherapy
Client-centered career counseling
Client-centered supervision
Concreteness (specificity) in therapy
Diagnosis and rational psychotherapy
Divergence and convergence in psychotherapy
Education and the humanistic crisis
Empathic understanding
Empathy, warmth and genuineness in psychotherapy
Ethical standards for groups
Existentialism and disability
Group counseling - a personalized view
Implications of developments in psychiatric treatment for rehabilitation
Integration in Psychotherapy Part 1
Integration in Psychotherapy Part 2
Involuntary clients - a PC view
Is psychotherapy dependent upon diagnosis
Is that all there is to counselling and psychotherapy
Morris Jacksons email interview with CHP
Multicultural counseling from diversity to universality
On being client-centered
On being nondirective
On interpretation
Outcomes in counsellor education
Resistance in psychotherapy - a person-centered view
The 1994 Leona Tyler Award Address
The classroom teacher and the emotional problems of children
The nature of self-actualization
Transference and countertransference
Patterson & Nassar-McMillan - The life of a legacy-bearer - biographical interview
Patterson & Poidevant - Perspectives on school counseling - a personal view
Patterson & Purkey - The preparation of humanistic teachers
Patterson, Goodyear & Watkins - The counselor's counselor – interview
Patterson, Myers & Hyers - The philosophy and practice of CCT with older people

PCA Papers: (password: ‘pcayorks’)

C. H. Patterson
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

C. H. (Cecil Holden) Patterson (born June 22, 1912 in Lynn, Massachusetts) is an Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the United States.
He received his bachelor's degree in Sociology from the University of Chicago in 1938, and his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Minnesota in 1955. He is the author of many publications in the fields of educational psychology and counseling.

He served in the Army during World War II. In 1942, he married Frances Spano, a nutrionist whom he met at Fels Research Institute in Yellow Springs, Ohio. They had 7 children. His second-eldest child is Francine Patterson, a researcher who taught a modified form of American Sign Language to a gorilla named Koko.

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Anonymous said...

The password does not work unfortunately.