John Watson Murray Rothney: Eminent Practitioner, Educator, and Researcher.

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      This article contains highlights of an interview with John Rothney concerning his personal and professional life and career of research, counseling, and teaching.
      Preeminent is a team that immediately comes to mind to describe the professional contributions and career of John Rothney, one of the seminal pioneer thinkers, researchers, and practitioners in counseling and development. His contributions to the field cover five decades, from the early 1930s to the early.
      One day in early fall 1971, without notice, I and my fellow students in an introductory counseling class at the University of Wisconsin--Madison found our instructor to be an elderly, slightly built, soft-spoken man who, at the same time, was highly intelligent, acerbic, and lucid. John Rothney was not scheduled to teach in that class. In fact, he had already retired. But for 2 weeks, Rothney worked daily to challenge, to guide, to inform, and to critique the class. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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