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Carl Rogers on Education: Part 1

In this video discussion with John Whiteley, Carl Rogers discusses his ideas on education and the psychology of the learning process.
Online
2018; 1971
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Leona Tyler on Counseling

In this video discussion with John Whiteley, psychologist and former president of the APA Leona Tyler talk about the role of the counselor, how a counselor selects a counseling theory, the objectives of counseling, and the needs of counseling.
Online
2018; 1973
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Rollo May on Counseling: A Professional Perspective With John M. Whiteley

In this program, Rollo May and John Whiteley present their views on counseling and the human condition, considering issues of symbols and myths and discussing existential and humanistic theories of psychology.
Online
2018; 1977
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Carl Rogers on Marriage: Part 1 — an Interview With Nancy and John

In this program, Carl Rogers works with Nancy and John, interviewing them to determine their contrasting backgrounds, problems they have faced, and sources of fulfillment they may have discovered in their relationship. At the end of the session, Rogers reviews what he has learned about their partnership.
Online
2018; 1972
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Carl Rogers Conducts an Encounter Group: Part 2

This program continues following the encounter group led by Carl Rogers, with additional commentary from Rogers on group process.
Online
2018; 1970
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Carl Rogers on Counseling: A Personal Perspective at Age 75

In this interview, Carl Rogers reflects on his philosophy, principles, and methods of counseling. He also talks about the role of a counselor in helping an individual to make behavioral changes so the person can develop and grow constructively as a person, as well as a social entity.
Online
2018; 1977
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Carl Rogers on Marriage: Persons as Partners

In this video discussion with John Whiteley, Carl Rogers describes conditions he has researched over the years that distinguish successful relationships between men and women from unsuccessful ones.
Online
2018; 1973
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B.F. Skinner on Education: Part 2

This video discussion with John Whiteley, B.F. Skinner presents his ideas on enhancing the learning environment, using reinforcement, and achieving positive learning behaviors.
Online
2018; 1972
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Rollo May on Creativity and the Tragic

In this video discussion with John Whiteley, Rollo May talks about the relationship between counseling and the human condition, discussing the role of symbol and myth in coping with anxiety and stress. The video explores humanistic and existential psychology and discusses the importance of having a sense of history to expressions of creativity and to the ability to deal with tragedy in life.
Online
2018; 1976
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Rollo May on Existential Psychology

In this video discussion with John Whiteley, Rollo May speaks about the theory and practice of existential therapy.
Online
2018; 1965
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Carl Rogers on Marriage: Part 2 — an Interview With Jane and Jerry

In this program, Carl Rogers works with Jane and Jerry interviewing them to determine their contrasting backgrounds, problems they have faced, and sources of fulfillment they may have discovered in their relationship. At the end of the session, Rogers reviews what he has learned about their partnership.
Online
2018; 1972
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Carl Rogers on Empathy: Part 1

This video discussion between Carl Rogers and John Whiteley defines empathy, traces the history of Rogers's work on empathy, and outlines research findings.
Online
2018; 1974
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B.F. Skinner on Counseling

In this discussion with psychologist John Whiteley, B.F. Skinner talks about his theories on counseling, including the relationship between counseling and client, the role of the counselor, the use of positive reinforcements, and the role of moral struggle in behavior change.
Online
2018; 1972
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Carl Rogers on Education: Part 2

In this video discussion with John Whiteley, Carl Rogers expresses his views on education, considering the restrictions and obligations imposed by teachers on their students, equality in education, and education as a transmitter of societal values.
Online
2018; 1971
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The Inner World of Counseling With Carl Rogers: Part 1

This program follows Carl Rogers as he uses the client-centered model to interview a client. With freeze-frames and voice-over commentary, the client describes her feelings during the interview and Rogers discusses the counseling techniques he is using and the client's reactions.
Online
2018; 1980
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Carl Rogers on Empathy: Part 2

This video discussion between Carl Rogers and John Whiteley looks at how empathic responses affect the recipient and considers the relationship of empathy to learning and to the formation of self-identity.
Online
2018; 1974
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Rollo May on Humanistic Psychology

In this video interview with John Whiteley, Rollo May discusses the origins, purpose, and development of humanistic psychology and reflects on his own role in this movement. He explains that psychology should deal with the whole human being, be based on normal people, and recognize the subjective attitudes of the counselor.
Online
2018; 1975
18.

Carl Rogers Conducts an Encounter Group: Part 1

This program features a live demonstration of Carl Rogers leading an encounter group. It shows how the individuals work through the beginning stages of forming a group. Rogers discusses important factors in facilitating a group session, discusses the levels at which a group operates, and highlights the importance of honest communication between group members and facilitators.
Online
2018; 1970
19.

B.F. Skinner on Education: Part 1

In this discussion with psychologist John Whiteley, B.F. Skinner talks about his theories of education and the psychological issues facing educators, clarifying issues of freedom versus control in Skinner's work.
Online
2018; 1972
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The Inner World of Counseling With Carl Rogers: Part 2

This program presents another interview with the same client as in The Inner World of Counselingl Part 1 and highlights Carl Rogers methodology and the client's feelings during the session.
Online
2018; 1980