Person-centered/experiential psychotherapy and counseling Bibliographical survey of english publications 2000-2011



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Person-centered/experiential psychotherapy and counseling

Bibliographical survey of ENGLISH publications 2000-2011



Compiled by Paul Wilkins, Sheila Haugh and by co-edited by Germain Lietaer


[p.wilkins @ mmu.ac.uk], [shaugh@trainingfactory.org] [germain.lietaer @ ppw.kuleuven.be]

This survey of recent English publications contains two parts.


PART A includes all publications (2000-2011) which refer to client/person-centered psychotherapy and counseling and its experiential offspring: focusing-oriented and process-experiential (emotion-focused) psychotherapy.
PART B
includes publications of the broader humanistic family and of other orientations with some affinity to the client-centered/experiential approach. We think they are of special interest within the context of our endeavor to come to an intensive dialogue (and cross fertilization) with the broader psychotherapy landscape. The main approaches covered under Part B are existential, interpersonal, Gestalt, narrative-constructivistic, feminist, experiential action and non-verbal methods, and integrative/eclectic with major client-centered input.

The survey of Part B covers the publications of 2000-2006 plus the books of 2007-2010


If you know of publications which are not yet included in one of these two parts, please send the (exact) references to germain.lietaer@ppw.kuleuven.be and shaugh@trainingfactory.org

Thanks.



PART A. Person-centered/experiential psychotherapy and counseling [2000-2011]

Accordino, M. P. & Guerney, Jr., B. G. (2001) The empirical validation of relationship enhancement couple and family therapy. In D. J. Cain & J. Seeman (Eds.), Humanistic Therapies: Handbook of Research and Practice. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.


Aday, L A. (2002). A health services research perspective on the use of ancillary services to retain persons living with HIV/AIDS in primary care. AIDS Care, 14(Suppl.1), 133-136.

Adebowale, L. V. (2010). Personality disorder: Taking a person-centred approach. Mental Health Review Journal, 15(4), 6-9.

Adomaitis, R. (2005). The nondirective attitude: an interview with Nat Raskin. Person-Centered Journal Vol. 12, 23-30.

Alford, W. K. (2005). Effects of Person-Centered Psychological Assistance on

Workers in Stressful Jobs. The Person-Centered Journal, Vol. 12, 77-84.



Allen, P. (2004) The use of interpersonal process recall (IPR) in person-centred supervision. In K. Tudor & M. Worrall (Eds.), Freedom to Practice: Person-Centred Approaches to Supervision. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Amodeo, J. (2001). The authentic heart. An eightfold path to midlife love. New York: Wiley.

Amodeo, J. (2007). A focusing-orientated approach couples therapy. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies 6 (3), 169-182.


Anderson, H. (2001). Postmodern collaborative and person-centred therapies: What would Carl Rogers say? Journal of Family Therapy, 23(4), 339-360.

Anderson, L. (2006). Embracing non-directivity: reassessing person-centred theory and practice in the 21st century. The Person-Centered Journal, Vol.13, 114-117.


Andrade-Ribeiro, J. (2000). Psychotherapeutic process: Autopoiethic perspective. In J. Marques-Teixeira & S. Antunes (Eds.), Client-centered and experiential psychotherapy (pp. 113-118). Linda a Velha: Vale & Vale.

Angus, L. et al. (2004). 'What's the story'? Working with narrative in experiential psychotherapy. In L. Angus & J. McLeod (Eds.), The handbook of narrative and psychotherapy. Practice, theory, and research. London: Sage.

Angus, L., & Korman, Y. (2002). Conflict, coherence and change in brief psychotherapy: A metaphor theme analysis. In S. R. Fussell (Ed), The verbal communication of emotions (pp. 151-165). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Angus, L., & McLeod, J. (2004). Self-multiplicity and narrative expression in psychotherapy. In H. J. M. Hermans & G. Dimaggio (Eds.), The dialogical self in psychotherapy. An Introduction. New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Anthony, L. (2008). Working with Lesbian, gay and bixsexual young people. In S. Keys & T. Walshaw (Eds.) Person-Centred Work with Children and Young People: UK practitioner perspectives. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.



Ansell, A. (2003) The idiosyncratic counsellor: preparation, assessment, contracting and ending. In S. Keys (Ed.), Idiosyncratic Person-Centred Therapy: From the Personal to the Universal. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.


Antunes, S. (2000). Self-concept and client-centered therapy. In J. Marques-Teixeira & S. Antunes (Eds.), Client-centered and experiential psychotherapy (pp. 89-98). Lind a Velha: Vale & Vale.

Asendorpf, J. B. (2000). A person-centered approach to personality and social relationships: Findings from the Berlin Relationship Study. In L. R. Bergman, Cairns, R. B. et al. (Eds.), Developmental science and the holistic approach (pp. 281-298). Mahwah, NJ, US: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Aspy, D. N., Aspy, C. B., Russel, G., & Wedel, M. (2000). Carkhuff’s human technology: A verification and extension of Kelly’s (1997) suggestion to integrate the humanistic and technical components of counseling. Journal of Counseling and Development, 78(1), 29-37.

Assumpcao, L. M. & Wood, J. K. (2001). Project Estancia Jatoba. The Person-Centered Journal, 8(1-2), 26-42.

Babel, K. S. (2004). The reliability and the convergent/discriminant and criterion-related validity of three methods for measuring self-discrepancy. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering, 64,(10-B), 5204.

Bächle-Hahn, U. (2008). Peer group counseling: A person-centred and experiential treatment for stressed adolescents. . In M.Behr & J. Cornelius-White (Eds.), Facilitating Young People's development: International perspectives on person-centred theory and practice. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Baggerly, J.N., Ray, D.C., & Bratton, S.C. (2010). Child-centered play-therapy research; the evidence base for effective practice. Hoboken NJ: Wiley.


Baker, N. (2004) Experiential person-centred therapy. In P. Sanders (Ed.). The Tribes of the Person-Centred Nation: A Guide to Schools of Therapy Related to the Person-Centred Approach. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Baker, N. (2007). The experiential counselling primer. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.
Baldwin, M. (2004) Interview with Carl Rogers on the use of self. In R. Moodley, C. Lago & A. Talahite (Eds.), Carl Rogers Counsels a Black Client: Race and Culture in Person-Centred Counselling. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Baldwin, M. et al. (Eds.) (2000). The use of self in therapy (2nd ed.). New York: The Haworth Press.

Baljon, M.C.L. (2002). Focusing in client-centred psychotherapy supervision: Teaching congruence. In J. C. Watson, R. N. Goldman & M. S. Warner (Eds.), Client-centered and experiential psychotherapy in the 21st century: Advances in theory, research and practice (pp. 315-324).

Baljon, M.C.L. (2011). Wounded masculinity: transformation of aggression for male survivors of childhood abuse. Person- Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies. 10 (3), 151 – 164.


Balmforth, J. (2006). Clients’ experiences of how perceived differences in social class between counsellor and client affect the therapeutic relationship. In G. Proctor, M. Cooper, P. Sanders & B. Malcolm (Eds.), Politicizing the person-centred approach: an agenda for change (pp. 215-224). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books


Barfield, G. (2004) A personal odyssey: shaping political and feminist principles in the person-centred approach. In G. Proctor & M. B. Napier (Eds.), Encountering Feminism: Intersections Between Feminism and the Person-Centred Approach. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Barfield, G. (2006) A passion for politics in Carl Rogers’ work and approach. In G. Proctor, M. Cooper, P. Sanders & B. Malcolm (Eds.), Politicizing the person-centred approach: an agenda for change (pp. 232-243). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books

Barker, P. (2001). The Tidal Model: Developing an empowering, person-centred approach to recovery within psychiatric and mental health nursing. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 8(3), 233-240.

Barnes, J. (2007). Using appreciative inquiry in person-centred supervision. In K. Tudor, & M.Worrall (Eds.), Freedom to Practise Volume II: Developing person-centred approaches to supervision. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.



Barracato, R. (2002). Bateson revisited the mind, families, and AA. The Person-Centered Journal, 9(1), 21-33. (with personal reflections by R. Bryant-Jeffries & N. Gaylin)

Barrett-Lennard, G. T. (2002). Perceptual variables of the helping relationship: A measuring system and its fruits. In G. Wyatt & P. Sanders (Eds.), Rogers’ therapeutic conditions: Evolution, theory and practice volume 4: Contact and perception (25-50). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.


Barrett-Lennard, G. T. (2002). The helping conditions in their context: Expanding change theory and practice. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies, 1(1 & 2), 144-155.

Barrett-Lennard, G. T. (2003). Steps on a mindful journey. Person-centred expressions. Ross-on-Wye, UK: PCCS Books.

Barrett-Lennard, G. T. (2003). Review of 'Client-centered and experiential psychotherapy in the 21st century: Advances in theory, research and practice. Selected papers from the fifth ICCCEP conference, Chicago 2000'. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies, 2(1), 67-70.


Barrett-Lennard, G. T. (2005). Relationship at the centre: Healing in a troubled world. London/Philadelphia: Whurr.

Barrett-Lennard, G.T. (2007). Origins and unfolding of the person-centred innovation. In M.Cooper, M.O’Hara, P.Schmid & G.Wyatt (2007). The handbook of person-centred psychotherapy and counselling. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

Barrett-Lennard, G.T. (2007). The relational foundations of person-centred practice. In M.Cooper, M.O’Hara, P.Schmid & G.Wyatt (2007). The handbook of person-centred psychotherapy and counselling. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

Barrett-Lennard, G.T. (2007). Human relationships: linkage or life form? Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies 6 (3), 183-195.

Barrett-Lennard, G.T. (2009). From personality to relationship: path of thought and practice. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies. 8 (2), 79 – 93.

Barrett-Lennard, G.T. (2011). The Roosevelt years: crucial milieu for Carl Rogers’ innovation, History of Psychology, online First publication, July 4 2011.

Barrett-Lennard, G.T. (2011). Enquiring into human relationship in therapy and life systems, 1956-2010: searching journey and new understanding. Person- Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies. 10 (1), 43 – 56.


Barrett-Lennard, G.T., & Neville, B. (2010). The person-centered scene in Australia: then and now. Person- Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies. 9 (4), 265 – 273.

Battye, R. (2003) Beads on a string. In S. Keys (Ed.), Idiosyncratic Person-Centred Therapy: From the Personal to the Universal. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.



Baughan, R. & Merry, T. (2001). Empathy: An evolutionary/biological perspective. In S. Haugh & T. Merry (Eds.), Rogers’ therapeutic conditions: Evolution, theory and practice volume 2: Empathy (pp. 230-239). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Bauman, G. (2001). Unconditional positive regard. In J. D. Bozarth & P. Wilkins (Eds.), Rogers’ therapeutic conditions: Evolution, theory and practice volume 3: Unconditional positive regard (pp. 3-4). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Bazzano, M. (2008). Cowboys, sailors and men in drag: masculinity in person-centred and Adlerian therapy. Person-Centred Quarterly, May.

Bazzano, M. (2008). Beyond the relational karaoke. Person-Centred Quarterly, November.

Bazzano, M. (2011). The Buddha as a fully functioning person: toward a person-centered perspective on mindfulness. Person- Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies. 10 (2), 116 – 128.


Behr, M. (2003) Interactive resonance work with children and adolescents: a theory-based concept of interpersonal relationship through play and the use of toys. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies 2, (2), 89-103.

Behr, M. (2009). Constructing emotions and accommodating schemas: a model of self-exploration, symbolization, and development. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies. 8 (1), 44 – 62.

Behr, M. (2009). Schemas, self, and personality change. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies. 8 (3), 233 – 242.

Behr, M. (2009). Advocating growth and relationship in work with young people: introduction to the special issue. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies. 8 (4), 263 – 265.


Behr, M. & Becker, M. (2002). Congruence and experiencing emotions: Self-report scales for the person-centered and experiential theory of personality. In J. C. Watson, R. N. Goldman & M. S. Warner (Eds.), Client-centered and experiential psychotherapy in the 21st Century: Advances in theory, research and practice (pp. 150-167). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Behr, M. & Cornelius-White, J.H.D. (Eds.) (2008). Facilitating Young People's Development: International perspectives on person-centred theory and practice. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Behr, M. & Cornelius-White, J.H.D. (2008). Relationship and development: Concepts, practices and research into person-centred work with children. In M.Behr & J. Cornelius-White (Eds.), Facilitating Young People's development: International perspectives on person-centred theory and practice. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.


Belin, C. (2010). Focusing happier. ). Spring Valley, NY: The Focusing Institute. Vol. 22 (1). The Folio. A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy [e-version: www.focusing.org].

Bell, J. (2007). Person-centred expressive supervision. In K. Tudor, & M.Worrall (Eds.), Freedom to Practise Volume II: Developing person-centred approaches to supervision. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Bernstein, R. (2010). The essence of being with what one is: thirty-three years with focusing (in conversation with Ann Weuser Cornell). Spring Valley, NY: The Focusing Institute. Vol. 22 (1). The Folio. A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy [e-version: www.focusing.org].


Bennetts, C. (2003). Self-evaluation and self-perception of student learning in person-centred counselling training within a higher education setting. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 31(3), 305-323.

Beutler, L.E. (2001). From experiential to eclectic psychotherapist. In M. R. Goldfried (Ed.), How therapists change: Personal and professional reflections. Washington, DC US: American Psychological Association.

Bi, N. (2003) ‘To be that self which one truly is.’ Is this a feasible direction in client-centred therapy or a modern-day fallacy? Person-Centred Practice 11, (1) 37-43.


Biancardi, J. (2003) Idiosyncrasy through the core conditions and beyond. In S. Keys (Ed.). Idiosyncratic Person-Centred Therapy: From the Personal to the Universal. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Binder, U. & Binder, J. (2001). A theoretical approach to empathy. In S. Haugh & T. Merry (Eds.), Rogers’ therapeutic conditions: Evolution, theory and practice volume 2: Empathy (pp. 163-180). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Bird, M. & Davis, E. (2004). Making sense of monsters: working therapeutically with women and children who have experienced sexual violence. In G. Proctor & M. B. Napier (Eds.), Encountering Feminism: Intersections Between feminism and the Person-Centred Approach. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Blair, L. (2011). Ecopsychology and the person-centred approach: Exploring the relationship. Counselling Psychology Review, 26(1), 43-52.



Boehm-Morelli, H. (2000). Reading self-concept and reading achievement as a function of play and nondirective play therapy. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering, 61(1-B), 522.



Bohart, A.C. (2000). Introduction to the special issue. In A. C. Bohart (Ed.), The client as active self-healer in psychotherapy: Implications for integration. Journal Of Psychotherapy Integration (Special Issue), 10, 119-126.


Bohart, A.C. (2000). Paradigm clash: Empirically supported treatments versus empirically supported psychotherapy practice. Psychotherapy Research, 10, 488-493.

Bohart, A.C. (2000). The client is the most important common factor. In A. C. Bohart (Ed.), The client as active self-healer in psychotherapy: Implications for integration. Journal Of Psychotherapy Integration (Special Issue), 10, 127-149.

Bohart, A.C. (2001). A meditation on the nature of self-healing and personality change in psychotherapy based on Gendlin's theory of experiencing. The Humanistic Psychologist, 29, 249-279.

Bohart, A.C. (2001). Emphasizing the future in empathy responses. In S. Haugh & T. Merry (Eds.), Rogers’ therapeutic conditions: Evolution, theory and practice volume 2: Empathy (pp. 99-111). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Bohart, A.C. (2001). How can expression in psychotherapy be constructive? A. C. Bohart & D. J. Stipek (Eds.), Constructive and destructive behavior: Implications for family, school, and society (pp. 337-364). Washington DC: APA.

Bohart, A.C. (2001). The evolution of an integrative experiential therapist. In M. Goldfried (Ed.), How therapists change: Personal and professional reflections (pp. 221-246). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.


Bohart, A.C. (2002). A passionate critique of empirically supported treatments and the provision of an alternative paradigm. In J.C. Watson, R. N. Goldman, & M. S. Warner (Eds.), Client-centered and experiential psychotherapy in the 21st century: Advances in theory, research, and practice (pp. 258-277). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Bohart, A.C. (2002). Focusing on the positive, focusing on the negative: Implications for psychotherapy. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 58, 1-7.

Bohart, A.C. (2002). How does the relationship facilitate productive client thinking? Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 32, 61-69.

Bohart, A.C. (2002). The feeling of realness: Evil and meaning making. The Humanistic Psychologist, 30(3), 239-251.

Bohart, A.C. (2003). Person-centered psychotherapy and related experiential approaches. In A.S. Gurman, & S.B. Messer (Eds.), Essential psychotherapies. New York: Guilford. 2nd edition



Bohart, A.C. (2004) How do clients make empathy work? Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies 3, (2), 102-116.

Bohart, A.C. (2005). Evidence-based psychotherapy means evidence-informed, not evidence-driven. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 35(1), 39-53.


Bohart, A.C. (2005). Person-centered psychotherapy and related experiential approaches. In A.S. Gurman & S.B. Messer (Eds.), Essential psychotherapies. Theory and practice (2nd ed.). New York: Guilford


Bohart, A.C. (2006). Understanding person-centered therapy: a review of Paul Wilkins’ ‘Person-Centred Therapy in Focus’. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies 5 (2), 138-143.
Bohart, A.C. (2007). The actualizing person. In M.Cooper, M.O’Hara, P.Schmid & G.Wyatt (2007). The handbook of person-centred psychotherapy and counselling. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
Bohart, A.C. (2007). Taking steps along a path: full functioning, openness, and personal creativity. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies 6 (1), 14-29.
Bohart, A.C. (2008). How clients self-heal in psychotherapy. In B.E.Levitt, (Ed.).Reflections on Human Potential: Bridging the person-centred approach and positive psychology. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

Bohart, A. C. (2008). An appreciation of Barbara Brodley. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies, 7(1), 74-76.



Bohart, A.C., & Byock, G. (2005). Experiencing Carl Rogers from the client's point of view: A vicarious ethnographic investigation. I. extraction and perception of meaning. Humanistic Psychologist, 33(3), 187-212.

Bohart, A.C., Elliott, R., Greenberg, L., & Watson. J. (2002). Empathy. In J. C. Norcross (Ed.), Psychotherapy relationships that work: therapists contributions and responsiveness to patients. (pp. 89-108). New York: Oxford University Press.

Bohart, A.C. & Greenberg, L. (2002). EMDR and experiential psychotherapy. In F. Shapiro (Ed.), EMDR as an integrative psychotherapy approach: Experts of diverse orientations explore the paradigm prism (pp. 239-262). Washington DC: APA.

Bohart, A. C., & Leitner, L. (Eds.) (2001). The art of psychotherapy (special triple issue). The Humanistic Psychologist, 29(1-3), 1-311.

Bohart, A.C., O’Hara, M., Leitner, L., Stern, M., Schneider, K, Wertz, F., Serlin, I, & Greening, T. (2003). Recommended principles and practices for the provision of humanistic psychosocial services. The Humanistic Psychologist (in press). Also available on the website of Division 32 of the American Psychological Association at: www.apa.org/divisions/div32.

Bohart, A.C., & Tallman, K. (2010). Clients as active self-healers: implications for the person-centered approach. In M. Cooper, J.C.Watson, & D.Hölldampf, (Eds.), Person-centered and experiential therapies work: a review of the research on counselling, psychotherapy and related practices. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.


Bohart, A.C, & Stipek, D. J. (2001). What have we learned? In A. C. Bohart & D. J. Stipek (Eds.), Constructive & destructive behavior: Implications for family, school, & society (pp. 367-397). Washington, D.C.: APA.

Boritz, T.Z., Angus, L., Monette, G., & Hollis-Walker, L. (2008). An empirical analysis of autobiographical memory specificity subtypes in brief emotion-focused and client-centered treatments of depression. Psychotherapy Research, 18(5), 584-593.

Boritz, T.Z., Angus, L., Monette, G., Hollis-Walker, L., & Warwar, S. (2011). Narrative and emotion integration in psychotherapy: Investigating the relationship between autobiographical memory specificity and expressed emotional arousal in brief emotion-focused and client-centred treatments of depression. Psychotherapy Research, 21(1), 16-26.




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