Rogerian psychotherapy, God, love unfeigned
Gantt and Thayne’s (pp. 3–21) cautions about Rogerian psychotherapy are warranted. Certainly, the theory has been interpreted in ways that lead to the very dangers they highlight. However, there may be more to the theory than first meets the eye, and the very dangers invoked by the theory might also represent opportunities. Neglecting some of the truths in the theory might alienate its proponents rather than persuade them of a better way. In this response, possible compatibilities between the theory and the gospel are explored, along with ways in which these might provide inroads for LDS psychologists to influence a secular discipline.
Richardson, Michael J.
"All Things Denote There is a God: A Response to Gantt and Thayne,"
Issues in Religion and Psychotherapy: Vol. 38
, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/irp/vol38/iss1/9