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James F. T. Bugental (1915–2008)

Author of The Art of the Psychotherapist

Includes the names: James Bugental, J.F.T. Bugental, Джеймс Бьюженталь

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James Bugental is one of the most influential psychology theorist. Passionate and articulate, Bugental continued the work of Carl Rogers, Rollo May, and Abraham Maslow, with whom he worked, advancing humanistic psychology beyond its roots to encompass a more global, flexible, culturally responsive approach. His book Challenges of Humanistic Psychology has been a classic book in the field for over forty years.

Bugental's trademark in all his books is his own authentic voice that invites clients, students, and readers alike to explore more deeply their innermost subjective experience. [adapted from The Mummy at the Dining Room Table (2003)]
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