Module III will address the primary conditions in psychotherapy as being necessary and sufficient, and the pros and cons of PCP and PCA. We will explore encounter groups, and differentiate between large and small group encounters, and psychotherapy groups. The psychotherapist will have the opportunity to explore self-weaknesses and strengths, and explore empathy in-depth, and the different kinds of empathy.
After completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the primary conditions of psychotherapy pointed by Rogers as being “necessary and sufficient.
- Analyze the pros and cons of the Person-Centered Approach-Person Centered Psychotherapy.
- Explore empathy in-depth comprehension, understanding, and practice.
- Discuss the concept of empathy, based on the most recent knowledge of it.
- Name and discuss the different kinds of empathy and their application.
- Learn to differentiate among cognitive, emotional-affective, compassionate, and motor empathy.
- Provide a deeper understanding of small and large Encounter groups
- Differentiate between large encounter groups, small encounter groups, and psychotherapy groups.
- Identify and analyze one’s own personal growth and development as a psychotherapist.
- Develop strategies to deal with personal weaknesses, and to reinforce the unique strengths of psychotherapists in relationships with clients.