By Windy Dryden
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Quite a lot of research on these ‘core conditions’ was subsequently carried out concerning whether or not these conditions could be objectively and validly rated by independent observers. This led the focus to be on the contribution of counsellors (rather than on the clients’ experience) and particularly on the relationship between counsellor-rated empathy and client outcome. However interesting such research was, it did not test Rogers’ hypothesis: that it is the clients’ experience of these conditions that is the main therapeutic ingredient.
In one sense it is no bad thing for your clients to stop coming to see you if they experience you as uninvolved with them, particularly if they then go to see a counsellor who is able to be suitably involved with them. qxd 2/11/2006 12:06 PM Page 30 Counselling in a Nutshell as a potentially unhelpful process rather than conclude, more accurately, that you are not the right counsellor to help them. If you are under-involved with some of your clients, then your relationship with those clients is characterised by one or more features.
47). ’ Compare this to Roger Casemore’s statement to Margaret (see pp. 45–6) which does not make any reference to how he as a person-centred counsellor makes sense of clients’ problems in general. Different counselling approaches make different recommendations concerning how explicit counsellors should be in sharing their conceptualisations. Most (but not all) cognitive-behavioural counsellors will tend to be very explicit about the way they conceptualise their clients’ problems, often using with their clients the professional constructs that they use with one another, arguing that it is centrally important to agree a shared understanding of these problems before appropriate treatment strategies are formulated.