chapter  24
HOWARD KIRSCHENBAUM: A Flood of Feeling
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Kirschenbaum nodded, encouraging her to begin any way she felt comfortable. As the biographer of Carl Rogers, the father of client-centered therapy, he was accustomed to allowing clients to structure sessions the way they wanted. He would wait to hear her story, to get a sense of what was going on, before he interrupted or intervened much.