HomePerson-centred/experiential counsellingSpecifying or sharpening a focus(es)

The Process Continuum Scale is a scale/measure of process differences (‘fixity’, ‘rigid[ity]’ or ‘stasis’ towards one end and ‘changingness’, ‘flow’ or ‘process’ towards the other). (Carl Rogers, ‘A Process Conception of Psychotherapy’ (1957), On Becoming A Person: A Therapist’s View of Psychotherapy (London: Constable, 1961) 131).