To examine this theory more closely, a summary of the key features follows, with subsequent exploration of Rogers' view of self, his view of the human condition and his rationale for improvement of this condition. These beliefs are reflected in his theory of personality. Conditions of worth are to be dissolved rather than moved toward for full functioning in this theory!
Despite his request to Reuben that he should go home to his daughter, Dorcas, Reuben refuses and wants to stay by Roger's side until he dies.
It is, at least theoretically, attainable for many. It seemed extremely important to be REAL.
I chose Rogers because we both are the middle child of multiple siblings. In any case, Rogers felt that "unconditional positive regard" is necessary for "self-actualization.
Rogers outlined what he felt were three essential conditions for a therapeutic relationship: 1 Genuineness Rogers found that the more genuine he was in the relationship, the more helpful it would be.
Distorted perceptions from conditions of worth cause our departure from this integration. Self-Actualizing Tendency A distinctly psychological form of the actualizing tendency related to this "self" is the "self-actualizing tendency".
This results in excitement, daring, adaptability, tolerance, spontaneity, and a lack of rigidity and suggests a foundation of trust.
Exactly when the differentiation of phenomenal field into self occurs is also not specified. Reliability and constructiveness — they can be trusted to act constructively.