Empathy, Empathic Witnessing, and the Self – Prof. emeritus Arthur Bohart, PhD.

The main purpose of this presentation will be to explore the nature of empathic witnessing...

Last updated 16 May 2024

The main purpose of this presentation will be to explore the nature of empathic witnessing and how it helps. It is an axiom of person-centered therapy that therapy can help without giving the client guiding information

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Empathy, Empathic Witnessing, and the Self - Prof. emeritus Arthur Bohart, PhD

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Prof. Emeritus Arthur Bohart

Arthur C. Bohart is professor emeritus at both California State University Dominguez Hills and Saybrook University. He is the co-author or co-editor of several books, including How Clients Make Therapy Work: the process of active self-healing, Empathy Reconsidered; Humanity’s Dark Side, and Constructive and Destructive Behavior. His work has focused on empathy, the client’s role in psychotherapy, client-centred therapy, psychotherapy integration and evidence-based practice in psychotherapy. Currently, he is semi-retired and doing part-time teaching at Santa Clara University.