Carl Ransom Rogers, an American psychologist and pioneer in the field of humanistic psychology, emphasized a "person-centered approach" to psychotherapy. Rogers taught psychology at University of Chicago and University of Wisconsin, and founded the Center for the Study of the Person in 1968.
In these remarks, Rogers discussed the importance of deep inter-personal communication and the ways in which self-knowledge and self-awareness can contribute to this.
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Rogers, Carl Ransom, ""This is Me: Some Significant Learnings"" (1970). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 102.