Carl Rogers (1902-1987) is the founder of the client-centered approach in psychology, a widely recognized and implemented approach by many professionals. The American Psychological Association honored Rogers with the award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Psychology in 1956, and for Distinguished Contributions to Applied Psychology in 1972. The American Humanist Association titled him as Humanist of the Year in 1964.
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