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Carl Roger's 'person-centred' approach aims to give 'unconditional regard' and, through the preparedness of the counsellor, to 'walk in the shoes' of the person undergoing therapy, to facilitate change. Psycho-dynamic counselling has a more analytical approach. The counsellor makes links and looks for patterns of behaviour, and uses these to develop a situation where the person in therapy can help themselves with the minimum of intervention. Cognitive behavioural therapy aims to support and reward good behaviour, looking for positive aspects of the way someone thinks and behaves and building on these.
What was to them in the present context a disability has to us proved an advantage, enabling them to provide us with rich material relating to a long historical past. (Evans, 1970: 21-2; my emphasis) Reflecting the dominant idea that the old ways and memory of the past were a disability, Evans was nevertheless able to see its value and respect the transmissive purpose. He was critical of how the old had been 'more patronised than respected' and was very aware that through talk about the past the true worth and dignity of the individual could emerge (Evans, 1960).
She believes that psychotherapists arrogate to themselves a knowledge and a certainty to which they have no right and which is not based on research (quoted in Burne, 1997a). The bitterly contested regression therapies and their potential to produce recovered memories of sexual abuse in childhood are a case in point and a prime example of where the knowledge and role of the therapist has been both challenged and defended (Conway, 1997; Cooper, 1997; Ofshe and Walters, 1995). In more recent years, study of the brain using scanning techniques is making a useful contribution to understanding our sense of well-being.