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Hi and welcome to our presentation on humanism and client centered theory presented by tatiana Daughtry Shelly carbo and Jacqueline lo era will begin this discussion by talking about the origins of humanism and client centered theory the story was created and developed by psychologist Carl Rogers a very well-known psychologist in the 1950s 60s 70s and 80s when he passed away and he developed a theory because he believed that professionals should involve a more humanist approach in their practice he acknowledged the self worth of every person and believed that fostering a non-hierarchical trusting professional and warm relationship between client and therapist was important what exactly is this theory you might be wondering well it focuses on the context of a professional relationship grounded in trust it's non-directive the professional does not hold the power in client centered theory instead the therapist acknowledges that the client knows what is best for them as such at values of self-determination of the client in case you're wondering if this is the case and the client knows what's best for themselves why do they need a social worker well with client centered theory the social worker is a person who is empowering the client without being authoritative offering support fostering that trusting relationship there are three main practice principles to client centered theory number one is that personal and social problems occur when people feel devalued number two is that change happens in the context of an authentic helping relationship and the third is that people are capable of self-actualization when the conditions allow positive growth and change and that people are naturally inclined towards growth and change in essence this theory capitalizes on what Carl Rogers believe was the inherent Worth and dignity of each person client-centered theory is applicable in many different practice settings it could be utilized in different educational settings in domestic violence shelters working with veterans in hospitals end-of-life care nonprofit agencies working with refugees working in mental health communities working as advocates and in policy making some of the strengths of this theory earth at first and foremost is broad it can be applied as mentioned in the last slide too many different practice settings and with diverse populations its basis of honoring the dignity and self-worth of each person and then focusing less on techniques but more on developing this trusting relationship between client and therapist is one that can be again utilized with a lot of different people in a lot of different ways it's non-directive the therapist is not a decision maker the client is and even the use of the word client rather than patient is an example of this the National Association of Social Workers code of ethics reflects much of client centered theory its emphasis on service social justice the dignity and worth of each person the importance of human relationships integrity and competence are examples also utilization of this theory requires congruence and empathy on a part.