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Hannah ownby Counseling therapy: ●Directive vs. nondirective●DirecDirective: theories and therapy strategies where the counselor tells you what to do. Etc… make recommendations, ask questions. -Psychoanalysis: old school therapy. Very unpopular nowadays.-Cognitive Behavior Therapy (C.B.T): One of the most common used today. It brings the thoughts and behavior together. How can we change your thoughts to change your behavior. Used a lot in marriage therapy, and workplace therapy. Looks at the irrational thoughts. What do you do, and how do you process these things? If you do come at things from emotions than thoughts they will try to push people away from that. They use the ABCmodel. -Cognitive therapy: all about thought. They do not really care how you act, just your thought. Aaron Beck made this. His whole focus was on the thought pattern of people. Most likely people will have an irrational thought.-Rational- emotive Therapy ( R.E.T): Looks at the irrational thoughts as well. Albert Ellis is the father. ( also….REBT) trying to help the client be more rational.-Gestalt: Very directive. Fritz Perls is the father. Is going to be very direct, and pushy. He could call people out on things as well. Role playing is a huge element. They tend to avoid “why” questions.