chapter  17
Rogers' seven stages of process provides a model for therapeutic change and guidance for the therapist in the encounter
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In person-centred terms, a person's process is their way of experiencing and encountering the world, their way of making sense of all the stimuli and information to which they are exposed. Process is cognitive, behavioural, emotional and (arguably at least) spiritual. It is both in and out of awareness and it may be re¯exive or spontaneous.