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Unformatted text preview: extremely prevalent, and the feeling of social uselessness prevails. Neurosis can work in a positive way, where the person will cut him or herself away from society by focusing on a kind of social domination,, and possibly become successful in career endeavors; but the opposite is more common, where the person feels cut off from general society and friends and family, and turns to drinking, drugging, alcoholism or any other life-damaging neurosis. 3. Wellness 4. How does the counselor intervene what is helpful about treatment? The therapeutic relationship is important in Alderian theory: the first step in most Alderian-influenced theorists (for example, Glassers and Evans writings on assisting troubled students, emphasize encouragement every step of interaction.) 5. Limitations...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course COUN 320 taught by Professor Lindy during the Spring '08 term at Saint Marys College of California.
- Spring '08