By Carl R. Rogers
The overdue Carl Rogers, founding father of the humanistic psychology flow and father of client-centered remedy, established his life's paintings on his basic trust within the human power for progress. a manner of Being was once written within the early Eighties, close to the top of Carl Rogers's profession, and serves as a coda to his vintage On changing into someone. extra philosophical than his previous writings, it lines his specialist and private improvement and ends with a prophetic demand a extra humane future.
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Psychodynamic Tradition Whereas classical psychoanalysts focused on libidinal drives, modern analysts have focused instead on relational themes, emphasizing the self, the object, and their interaction, while a number of ego psychology and object relations theorists have emphasized schema theory. Many of these have contributed to the development of schema theories in the psychoanalytic tradition (Eagle, 1986; Horowitz, 1988; Inderbitzin & James, 1994; Slap & Slap-Shelton, 1981; Wachtel, 1982). A representative example of these theories is the model described by Slap and Slap-Shelton (1991).
Stages of the Treatment Process The process of change and the types of interventions required for the effective treatment of personality disorders are similar to the general therapeutic processes and interventions used to treat symptom disorders, but they differ in focus and emphasis. Beitman (1991; 2003) has articulated the general change processes and compatible interventions in both psychotherapy and psychopharmacotherapy. The Beitman model describes four developmental stages of the treatment process: engagement, pattern search, change, and termination.
However, since individuals with personality disorders characteristically have dysfunctional schemas and ingrained interactional patterns, treatment needed to be modified. Unlike patients with Axis I or symptom disorders, those with personality disorders have difficulty complying with treatment protocols, including homework. Their maladaptive beliefs and behavior patterns were found to be extremely resistant to change when only cognitive interventions were used. Besides presenting with problems and symptoms that were often pervasive, vague, and chronic, these patients often had difficulty forming a therapeutic alliance.
A Way of Being by Carl R. Rogers