Person centred therapy. We see episodes of bizarre behavior. Bookmark In Client Centred Therapy Rogers and On Becoming a Person Rogers Rogers refers in the process of personality change to a move from rigidity to fluidity in a more fully functioning person. The Ideal Self develops due to: conditions of worth: As we grow up, our parents, teachers, peers, the media, and others, only give us what we need when we show we are "worthy," rather than just because we need it.
The idea of a process, however, requires at least some notion of beginning and end. Mental illness and criminality result from a distortion in the actualizing tendency. However, when presenting a client in supervision, there is a need for common terms and a shared language in order to best communicate information.
Causes less incongruity Using these defenses leads to greater incongruity psychosis: Psychosis occurs when a person's defense are overwhelmed, and their sense of self becomes "shattered" into little disconnected pieces. Stage 4: Clients progress to discussing deeper feelings as they develop a relationship with the counsellor.
According to Rogersclients in this stage refer to feelings and emotions as things of the past rather than the present, as they react to past experiences rather than to present ones.
But often it means that we have to just sit with uncomfortable feelings and thought and not reach for an immediate solution. This individual can relate their previous therapy to present day real-life situations.