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Conrad Baars....Catholic psychology?

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Conrad Baars....Catholic psychology?

Post  Guest on Sat Mar 03, 2012 4:22 pm

I have several friends that are into the psychology of Conrad Baars. They say it is "Thomistic" but from what I have read and the results I see in the lives of the people who practice it....it seems quite Rogerian.


Any forum members familiar with this psychologist?

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Re: Conrad Baars....Catholic psychology?

Post  DeSelby on Tue Mar 06, 2012 1:33 am

RashaLampa wrote:I have several friends that are into the psychology of Conrad Baars. They say it is "Thomistic" but from what I have read and the results I see in the lives of the people who practice it....it seems quite Rogerian.


Any forum members familiar with this psychologist?

Sounds like you run with a pretty wild crew.

But, no, unfortunately I'm not familiar with him, beyond having heard of him in the past.

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Post  Ste11aeres on Mon May 14, 2012 12:09 am

I'm familiar with him. Can't say whether he's rogerian, as I have not experience with that, but I would say he's Thomistic. Unfortunately, he's not always understood correctly. But, understood correctly, he's good.

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