This is true for all forms of art. Self-image includes the influence of our body image on inner personality. They distort the perception until it fits their self concept.
It is the "you" that, if all goes well, you will become. While there are many areas within Rogerian theory, one worth noting is known as the Phenomenal Field. Metaphor and allegory, as used in artistic expression, can be utilized to create self-permeable boundaries that are nevertheless intact, for both the artist and his audience.
Reliability and constructiveness in their dealings with others. An acceptance of all experiences including those that are new. He describes this as the good life, where the organism continually aims to fulfill its full potential. One result of his work was a psychological theory.
They may find life to be meaningful explicitly because of situations of danger to their lives, situations represented by the dichotomy of life and death, in particular. Negative feelings are not denied, but worked through rather than resorting to ego defense mechanisms.
More or less, we are all creative. Distortion occurs when the individual perceives a threat to their self concept. And so, as the threats mount, the work of protecting the self concept becomes more difficult and the individual becomes more defensive and rigid in their self structure.
Wong shares the core tenets of other contemporary humanistic-existential psychologists. In sum, the therapist helps clients see life and human existence with a meaning mind-set rather than a happiness or success mind-set. Rogers believed that people are aware of their self-concepts. It is person centered and therefore holistic and integrative.
Incongruence is "a discrepancy between the actual experience of the organism and the self-picture of the individual insofar as it represents that experience. In his studies Rogers found that there are commonalities among those people who are fully functional.
It encourages clients to accept whatever life presents them while still believing that life is worth living. In a fully congruent person realizing their potential is not at the expense of experiencing positive regard.
On Becoming a person: Thus, when one is not able to develop a balanced and integrated sense of self, the daimon system may take control of the person, resulting in psychopathology or self-destructive acts or both.
It also brings into the therapeutic discussion the idea of a holistic view of the person.Carl Rogers () was a humanistic psychologist who agreed with the main assumptions of Abraham Maslow, but added that for a person to "grow", they need an environment that provides them with genuineness (openness and self-disclosure), acceptance (being seen with unconditional positive regard), and empathy (being listened to and understood).
Theory and Psychopathology. The Theory of Self-Actualization Carl Rogers also created a theory implicating a “growth potential” whose aim was to. Wong’s meaning-centered approach to humanistic psychology expands Frankl’s work on logotherapy and Rogers’s person-centered approach.
The best way to understand the person or the self is to understand the ever-evolving, dynamic meaning system that is the basis of flourishing and resilience. Carl Rogers’s Person-Centered Theory.
Carl Rogers, another humanistic psychologist, proposed a theory called the person-centered theory. Like Freud, Rogers drew on clinical case studies to come up with his theory. He also drew from the ideas of Maslow and others. Humanistic theories have had a significant influence on psychology as well.
Carl Rogers was a 20th century humanist psychologist and the founder of person-centered psychotherapy. Early Life. Carl Rogers was born and raised in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park, Illinois.
His later books include Carl Rogers on Personal Power () and Freedom to Learn for the 80's (). He remained a resident of La Jolla for the rest of his life, doing therapy, giving speeches and writing until his sudden death in Psychopathology.
Rogers described the concepts of congruence and incongruence as important ideas in his Alma mater: University of Wisconsin–Madison, Teachers College, Columbia University.Download