Q. What are the functions of the person-centered therapist?
Thank you for sending us your research question about person-centered therapists. To find an answer, you will want to consult a variety of sources.
- To find books, go to www.baker.edu/library and click Find Books & eBooks. Try a search for "Client-centered psychotherapy". You may limit by campus or search all campuses and have books sent to your campus by clicking "Place Hold" within the book record. You will need the library number from your Baker ID or Contact Information page in SOLAR.
- Another excellent source for this kind of information are encyclopedias. From the library home page, click on Find Articles & Databases. Then click on the category for Books/eBooks and try our encyclopedia database, Gale Virtual Reference Library.
- You may also want to look at some Magazine and Journal articles. From the same Online Resources page used above, click on the Psychology category. (Off-campus you will need the 14-digit library number from your Baker ID or Contact Information page in SOLAR.)
For more resources, including recommended websites, check out the Psychology Research Guide.
If you need additional help, please do not hesitate to contact your Campus Librarians. Thank you for using the ASK US service.