Dr. Miller and his wife called their new business “Quest for Camelot.” In 1967 Dr. Miller earned his Ph.D. from Illinois University in Clinical Psychology where he specialized in assessment. Several years later Dr. Miller was working as a consultant to the court system. He was the first to run the federally
HSC 036 Promote person-centred approaches in health and social care Carl Ransom Rogers (January 8, 1902 – February 4, 1987) was an influential American psychologist. Rogers is widely considered to be one of the founding fathers of psychotherapy research and was honoured for his pioneering research with the Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions by the American Psychological Association in 1956. The person-centred approach, his own unique approach to understanding personality and human relationships, found wide application in various domains such as psychotherapy and counselling (client-centred therapy), education (student-centred learning) and not least in health and social care. Towards the end of his life Carl Rogers was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his work with national intergroup conflict in South Africa and Northern Ireland. In his view, optimal development is a continuous process and not a static state.
Morris Wyszogrod, a friend and associate of rand, noted “He figured that ‘Paul Rand’, four letters here, four letters there, would create a nice symbol, so he became Paul Rand.” Rand was a professor at Pratt, Cooper Union and Yale University. He was inducted into the New York Art Directors Club Hall of Fame in 1972 and designed many posters and corporate identities, which are considered to be “timeless icons” including the IBM, ABC and UPS logos, which are still very prominent today. Rand designed other corporate logos including Enron, an American energy, commodities, and services company based in Houston, TX, Westinghouse, an American manufacturing electric corporation, and Steve Jobs’ NeXT, an American computer company. In 1947, Rand’s book “Thoughts on design” was published, which influenced the idea of graphic design and continues to educate students and professionals today. Rand first made a name for himself as an editorial designer, doing work for magazines such as Esquire, a men’s magazine, and Direction, the first regularly published online news magazine covering geospatial technology.
Building Baby from the Genes Up Ronald M. Green Ronald M. Green is Eunice and Julian Cohen Professor of Ethics and Human Values and director of the Ethics Institute at Dartmouth College. A graduate of Brown University, he received his PhD in religious ethics from Harvard University in 1973. In 1996 and 1997, Green was the founding director of the Office of Genome Ethics at the National Human Genome Research Institute of the National Institutes of Health. He is the author of seven books and more than 125 articles in theoretical and applied ethics. Green has served as an officer on major professional hoards and societies as well as on the editorial boards of several journals in his fields of interest.
This essay will outline and evaluate some of the most innovative and prominent areas of development, in the person centred approach since the death of Rogers. It will focus on some of the key figures to contribute to these developments, and how they impacted on the style of Person centred therapy. The Person centred or Rogerian Approach is based on concepts from humanistic Psychology and was developed in the 1930’s by American Psychologist Carl Rogers. It was a move forward from previous therapies such as Freud’s psychoanalysis which placed the therapist in a detached superior form over the client. In person or client centred therapy as it is also known, the client and therapist are viewed as equal and it was Rogers who established that the person should be referred to as ‘client’ instead of ‘patient’ as his previous successors had done.
Carol Gilligan vs. Erik Erikson Erik Erikson and Carol Gilligan were considered great psychologists and both contributed immensely to the theories of human mental development. They also both attended or worked Harvard University at one point. Even though the two psychologists had many similarities, they also had many disagreements. One disagreement was on how many stages of mental development a human being went through in their life. Gilligan also felt that Erikson had a male bias in his study.
The brand Irn-Bru was launched in 1901. After the success of Im-BRu Falkirk and Glasgow divisions were merged in 1959. The Company got listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1965 and currently is among FTSE 250. With the success of Im-Bru brand the company decided to purchase Tizer brand in 1972. In 1980 A G Barr saw a market for health conscious people who liked soft drink.
Nate Perry Perry 1 Dr. Robert Stevenson 1/17/11 AAA 201-02 Melvin Tolson Born in Moberly, Missouri, on February 6, 1898, Melvin Beaunorus Tolson was one of the most important African American educators and modernist poets of the 20th century. Tolson’s prowess as an educator was so great in fact, that it led Langston Hughes to declare him “the most famous Negro Professor in the Southwest.” After beginning his college career at Fisk University, Tolson later transferred and completed his bachelor’s degree at Lincoln University in 1924. Following graduation, Tolson moved to Marshall, Texas where he accepted a position as an English and Speech instructor at Wiley College. Tolson also served as the football coach and play director, but is most noted for his work as the speech and debate coach. He led Wiley’s speech and debate team through a ten year period between 1929 and 1939 in which it never lost a single competition.
This paper culminates with a glimpse at MI implemented in 21st century classrooms and suggestions for establishing a MI learning environment. This narrative begins with a prequel of the early and modern intelligence theories and conjectures of noted philosophers and psychologist such as Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant, Locke, Galton, Cattell, Binet, Spearman, Thurstone, and Piaget synthesized to form Gardner’s works on MI. Table of Contents Table of Contents iii Introduction …..…………………………………………………………………..……..………………………….1 Earlier and Modern Intelligence Theories 2 The Humbled Beginnings of Ralph and Hilde Gaertner 7 Profound Events and Intellectual Pursuits 7 Influential Men and Profound Encounters 8 Howard Gardner Today 9 The Road to Multiple Intelligences 9 Gardner’s Earlier Views 9 Gardner’s Seven Intelligences 10 The Intelligence Criteria 11 Gardner’s Critics 13 MI in 21st Century Classrooms 15
Unit 3 AO4 Carl Rogers Carl Rogers was an influential American psychologist and among the founders of the humanistic approach to psychology and he was widely considered to be one of the founding fathers of psychotherapy research and was honoured for his pioneering research with the Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions by the American Psychological Association in 1956. Carl Rogers' theory of the self is considered to be humanistic and phenomenological as his theory is based directly on the phenomenal field. Other parts of his theory are the self concept, self actualisation, unconditional positive regard and then there is his person centred approached principles for counselling. The phenomenal world This is a part of Carl Rogers’s theory and in this theory he says that when we are babies and we first enter the world we have no self concept and no self e.g. we do not care about what we wear or look like.