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The Life and Work of Carl Rogers, Paperback / softback Book

The Life and Work of Carl Rogers Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


Available for the first time in paperback, this 2007 second edition of Howard Kirschenbaum's biography of Carl Rogers extends to over 700 pages and includes a more detailed personal and professional history, an evaluation of the Wisconsin years and a full account of the last decade of Rogers' life.

The years that followed the publication of the first edition of Carl Rogers' biography in 1979 turned out to be one of the most important periods of his career.

Until now this work has not been widely known. Now, more than a quarter of a century after the first edition, Kirschenbaum has added deeper understanding of Rogers' contributions to psychology, the helping professions and society.

On a personal level, access to recently revealed private papers tells us much more about Carl Rogers the man than was known to many of his closest associates.

Brought to us by a masterly biographer whose own understanding of Carl Rogers, psychotherapy, education, and the human condition has matured over the intervening years.

This much-anticipated second edition reflects a wiser and more balanced perspective of his subject.

Now fully referenced, this is the life and work of Carl Rogers - no more, no less.




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