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Bibliographical survey of books from 2000-2009 [all languages]

Editor: Germain Lietaer

biblio_books_2000-09.pdf


This survey of recent BOOKS (and doctoral dissertations) contains two parts:

PART A includes all books (since 2000) which refer to client/person-centered psychotherapy and counseling AND its experiential offspring: focusing-oriented and process-experiential/emotion-focused psychotherapy.

PART B includes books of the broader humanistic family and books 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 crossfertilization) 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.

I thank Alberto Segrera, Jean-Marc Priels, Alberto Zucconi, Magda Draskoczy and Yukishige Nakata for sending me references of Books in Spanish & Portuguese, French, Italian, Hungarian and Japanese.

If you know of books which are not yet included in one of these two parts, please send me (germain.lietaer @ psy.kuleuven. be) the (exact) reference! Thanks.

A survey of BOOKS 1939-1999 is available below. The survey can also be found in the following journals: Tijdschrift Cliëntgerichte Psychotherapie, 2001, 39(4), 295-318; Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 2002, 42(2), 97-131; Gesprächspsychotherapie und Personzentrierte Beratung, 2002, 33(1), GwG-Intern, 1-16.

[Update May 2009]


Survey of English PCE publications 2000-2006

compiled by Paul Wilkins, co-edited by Germain Lietaer

[p.wilkins @ mmu.ac.uk],

[germain.lietaer @ psy.kuleuven.be]

biblioenglfrom2000.doc

Survey of Dutch PCE publications 2000-2009

compiled by Roelf Jan Takens

[rj.takens @ psy.vu.nl]

Dutch|Nederlands:

http://www.vcgp.nl/mainindex.php?page=01publicaties_intro

English:

www.vcgp.nl/mainindex.php?page=01publications_intro

Survey of French PCE publications 2000-2003

compiled by Jean-Marc Priels

[priels.jean-marc @ pi.be]

bibliofranfrom2000.doc

Survey of Italian PCE Publications 2000-2002

compiled by Valeria Vaccari

[vavacc @ tin.it]

biblioitalfrom2000.doc




In preparation:


Surveys of German, Spanish and Portuguese PCE publications 2000-now.

Editors for other languages are most welcome! [Contact Germain Lietaer at Germain.Lietaer @ psy.kuleuven.be]

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We welcome suggestions of weblinks to be added to this page.
Please, send your suggestions to weblinks @ pce-world.org

PCE RESOURCES

(For PCE bibliographies click here)

The Person-Centered Website

http://www.pca-online.net/

Multilingual site by Peter F. Schmid: PCE institutions, associations and organisations worldwide, universities, training programs, international events, journals, bibliographies, libraries, videos, archives, publishers, other resources, conferences, symposia, articles online (download), umbrella organisations, email networks, sites about C. Rogers, research studies, theory websites, personal homepages, hundreds of links etc.

Yukishige Nakata website

http://www2.ipcku.kansai-u.ac.jp/~ycynaka/wapcepc.html#wapcepc

Extensive information about WAPCEPC in Japanese by Yukishige Nakata

Allan Turner website

http://www.allanturner.co.uk/

Wide collection of Person/Client Centred material assembled by Allan Turner

The Carl Rogers Collection
University of California at Santa Barbara, USA

http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/tf2f59n977
The Department of Special Collections at the Davidson Library, University of Santa Barbara, California, contains selected papers of Carl Rogers: records from his association with the Center for the Studies of the Person; reprint articles from the Carl Rogers Memorial Library (now extinct), diaries, University of Chicago Counseling Center discussion papers, correspondence, and his China Diary. Also, this UC Santa Barbara archives contains an extensive collection of Carl Rogers audio tapes, and video tapes. However, there is no online access to these items.

The Focusing Institute

http://www.focusing.org/
The Focusing Institute is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1986. Its mission is to make Focusing available to the academic and scholarly communities and to the public at large.


PUBLIC PCE ORGANIZATIONS WORLDWIDE

(For organizations which are members of the WAPCEPC click here)

ADPCA - Association for the Development

of the Person-Centered Approach

http://www.adpca.org/

Association for the Development of the Person-Centered Approach is an international network of individuals who support the development and application of the person-centered approach

Associação Paulista da Abordagem Centrada na Pessoa - Brazil

http://www.apacp.org.br/

A Associação Paulista da Abordagem Centrada na Pessoa nasceu no dia 27 de novembro de 2005, após vários meses de gestação, como um grupo comprometido com a divulgação, o estudo e a produção de material sobre a Abordagem Centrada na Pessoa, se constituindo como instância organizadora e apoiadora de eventos, mais uma referência possível para aqueles que têm a ACP como norteadora de suas ações.


HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY

Association for Humanistic Psychology

http://www.ahpweb.org/aboutahp/whatis.html

The Association of Humanistic Psychology is a worldwide community of diverse people promoting personal integrity, creative learning, and active responsibility in embracing the challenges of being human in these times. Founded in 1962, AHP is grounded in the application of the tradition in psychology.

APA division of Humanistic Psychology

http://www.apa.org/divisions/Div32/

Division 32, Society for Humanistic Psychology, represents a constellation of "humanistic psychologies" that includes the earlier Rogerian, transpersonal, and existential orientations as well as the more recently developing perspectives of phenomenological, hermeneutic, constructivist, feminist, and postmodern (social constructionist) psychologies

The Japanese Association for Humanistic Psychology


http://www.e-jhp.jp
The aim of this association is to carry forward study and practice by understanding and revitalizing humanistic values, and to contribute to society. It was founded on July 11th, 1982, in Humanistic Psychology Workshop at Kyoto Women's College. The bylaws was agreed and ratified on September 10th-11th at the General Assembly of the Second Annual conference, which was held at Bunkyo University.

Journal of Humanistic Psychology

http://www.ahpweb.org/pub/journal/menu.html
Journal published by the Association for Humanistic Psychology

The Humanistic Psychologist

http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t775653705
Journal of the Division 32 of the American Psychological Association.

Japanese Journal of Humanistic Psychology http://www.e-jhp.jp/en/journal/journal-index.html
Journal of the Japanese Association for Humanistic Psychology. The Japanese Journal of Humanistic Psychology aims to creatively follow and develop various trends of Humanistic psychology that explore humanity and respect dignity of human beings. The styles of articles can be wide enough to include interdisciplinary, theoretical, statistical, case study, comparative cultural, historical, literature review and etc, as far as they contribute to this aim and maintain academic level.


PSYCHOTHERAPY & COUNSELING RESEARCH

Network for research on Experiential Psychotherapies (NREP)

http://www.experiential-researchers.org/index.html

NREP is a website devoted to the purpose of stimulating research on experiential/ humanistic psychotherapies. It has been founded to provide an overview of the whole range of experiential therapy research.

Society for Psychotherapy Research

http://www.psychotherapyresearch.org/

The Society is an international, multidisciplinary scientific association devoted to research on psychotherapy

  Counselling and Psychotherapy Research

http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/RCPR
Journal of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). It is an international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to connecting research with practice. Pluralist in orientation, the journal recognizes the value of qualitative, quantitative and mixed method strategies of inquiry within psychotherapy and counselling research.


OTHER LINKS  

Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration - SEPI

http://sepiweb.org/mission.htm

The primary objectives of SEPI are to encourage communication and to serve as a reference group for individuals interested in exploring the interface between differing approaches to psychotherapy.

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Other PCE journals currently published worldwide

 

Dutch:

Tijdschrift Cliëntgerichte Psychotherapie (TCgP)
published by VCgP and VVCEPC

 

 

English:

'The Person-Centered Journal'
published by ADPCA

 

'The Folio'. A Journal of Focusing and Experiential psychotherapy
published by The Focusing Institute

 

French:

'ACP Pratique et recherche: Revue francophone internationale de l'Approche Centrée sur la Personne'
published by ACP Pratique et Recherche

 

 German:

'Gesprächspsychotherapie und Personzentrierte Beratung'

published by GwG

 

'Zeitschrift PERSON: Internationale Zeitschrift für Personzentrierte und Experienzielle Psychotherapie und Beratung'
co-published by ÄGG, DPGG, Forum APG, GwG, IPS, ÖGwG. PCA.ACP, and VRP.

 

 

 Portuguese:

'A Pessoa como Centro: Revista de Estudos Rogerianos'
published by 'Associação Portuguesa de Psicoterapia Centrada na Pessoa e de Counseling' (APPCPC)

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The Person-Centered and Experiential approaches to psychotherapy and counselling developed from the pioneer and influential works of Carl Rogers, Eugene Gendlin, and their successors. These approaches are considered nowadays as a family of therapies encompassing several therapeutic methods and perspectives.

The World Association states in their principles that:

"The terms ‘Person-Centered' and ‘Experiential' and the concepts and processes they encompass have an extensive, rich and evolving history. The choice of the phrase ‘Person-Centered and Experiential' is intended to promote continued dialogue and development; it is not intended to favor any particular understanding of these approaches and their relationship".

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Here we present surveys of publications from 2000 onwards (the foundation year of WAPCEPC) - both a survey of Books (all languages together) and separate surveys of all types of publications per language group.

Until now we are preparing surveys for English, German, Dutch, French, and Italian. However we would be very grateful if some of our members would take the initiative to make surveys of publications in other languages. Please let us know [secretariat @ pce-world.org] if you are interested to make the survey for your own language group!

Survey of recent PCE books

compiled by Germain Lietaer

booksfrom2000.doc

This survey of recent books and doctoral dissertations contains two parts.

Part A includes all books (since 2000) which refer to client/person-centered psychotherapy and counseling and its experiential offspring: focusing-oriented and process-experiential psychotherapy.

Part B includes books of the broader humanistic family and books of other orientations with some affinity to the client-centered/experiential approach. The main approaches covered are existential, interpersonal, Gestalt, narrative-constructivistic, feminist, experiential action and non-verbal methods, and integrative/eclectic with major client-centered input.

Survey of recent English PCE publications

compiled by Paul Wilkins, co-edited by Germain Lietaer

[p.wilkins @ mmu.ac.uk],

[germain.lietaer @ psy.kuleuven.ac.be]

biblioenglfrom2000.doc

Survey of recent Dutch PCE publications

compiled by Roelf Jan Takens

[rj.takens @ psy.vu.nl]

Dutch|Nederlands:

http://www.vcgp.nl/mainindex.php?page=01publicaties_intro

English:

www.vcgp.nl/mainindex.php?page=01publications_intro

Survey of recent French PCE publications

compiled by Jean-Marc Priels

[priels.jean-marc @ pi.be]

bibliofranfrom2000.doc

Survey of recent Italian PCE Publications

Rassegna delle pubblicationi italiane recenti

compiled by Valeria Vaccari

[vavacc @ tin.it]

biblioitalfrom2000.doc

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