Dave Mearns


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Average rating: 4.28 · 566 ratings · 32 reviews · 17 distinct worksSimilar authors
Person-Centred Counselling ...

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Working at Relational Depth...

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Person-Centred Therapy Toda...

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Developing Person-Centred C...

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Person-Centred Counselling ...

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Smoky Bacon Crisps: Finding...

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Shadow State

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Counseling centrado en la p...

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Terapie zaměřená na člověka

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“In our hearts we know that with a different fate, we, too, could be in the ranks of the dispossessed, stripped of our identities and belonging nowhere. The refugee becomes a sinister symbol of what can quickly happen once personhood is denied and people are transformed into disposable units of contemptible impediments to the greed or power-mongering of others.”
Dave Mearns, Person-Centred Therapy Today: New Frontiers in Theory and Practice

“What is shared in common is infinitely more significant than what apparently divides.”
Dave Mearns, Person-Centred Therapy Today: New Frontiers in Theory and Practice

“Part of the discipline of the person-centred approach is not to make assumptions about the client's appropriate process, but to follow the process laid out by the client.”
Dave Mearns, Person-Centred Therapy Today: New Frontiers in Theory and Practice



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