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Person-Centred Futures: Surveying the Landscape – Divine Charura & Andrea Uphoff

The evolution of Rogers’ philosophy and theory is a well—documented process. He was a prolific...

Last updated 17 July 2024

The evolution of Rogers’ philosophy and theory is a well—documented process. He was a prolific writer, and many have joined and followed him over the last half century in offering innovations in thinking and practlce (Cooper, 2007). These ideas attest to the vitality and growing edge of the approach in both research and practice. Given the magnitude of these developments, we cannot do each justice here. Instead, we have opted to focus on some specific themes that we observe within the trajectory of the person-centred approach (PCA) that pique our interest.

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Person-Centred Futures: Surveying the Landscape – Divine Charura & Andrea Uphoff

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Divine Charura

Dr. Divine Charura is a full Professor of Counselling Psychology at York St John University (England). He is a Chartered Psychologist, and Counselling Psychologist with the British Psychological Society. He is registered as a Practitioner Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council in England. Divine is also an Honorary Fellow of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and an Adult Psychotherapist.

Divine’s psychotherapeutic interests are in exploring the therapeutic relationship when working with, loss, diversity, psychological distress, Trauma, love, relationships and their impact of on being. Divine has co-authored and edited numerous books in counselling, psychology and psychotherapy. These include Love and Therapy: In Relationship [co-edited with Stephen Paul] and with Colin Lago has co-edited the following books The Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy Handbook: Origins, Developments and Current Applications and Black Identities + White therapies: Race respect and diversity.

Divine is a lover of photography, art, music and outdoor pursuits.