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Can an experience of conscious identification affect a counsellor's ability to sense and communicate unconditional positive regard? Theoretical and practice-based concerns

Campbell, William H. and Ridge, Susan C. and Martin, David (2003) Can an experience of conscious identification affect a counsellor's ability to sense and communicate unconditional positive regard? Theoretical and practice-based concerns. British journal of guidance and counselling, 31 (3). pp. 275-288. ISSN 1469-3534

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Abstract

Within this paper we examine the nature and characteristics of the concept of unconditional positive regard (UPR) and discuss how an experience of conscious identification (CI) within a person-centred counsellor may affect its levels and manifestations. Initially, theoretical aspects of UPR are examined, with reference to potential threats or benefits to UPR when a counsellor experiences CI. Following on from this, we discuss how this may affect practice, drawing upon data generated from a 4-year research study, which defined and examined the process of CI.

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