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THEORY GRID THEORY THEORIS TS APPROACHES OUTCOMES Cognitive  Behavioral Ellis Glasser Beck People identify thoughts and beliefs they hold about  themselves and the world in order to change the way they  think about themselves and the world Rational-Emotive Tx Reality Therapy Cognitive-Behavioral  Therapy Changes in action Changes in thinking patterns Changes  Growth  Psychology Rogers Perls Berne Maslow Allport Sees people as being self-aware, able to deal with  environmental influences, and generally in control of their  own destinies Person Centered  Therapy Gestalt Therapy Transactional analysis Personal growth Increased competency Internalized Locus of Control Psychoanalyt ic Freud Adler Horney Erickson Sullivan Instincts motivate behaviors A great deal of significance is given to unconscious factors  and examining unconscious fears, desires, motivations,  and fixations  Id (child/innocence/playful/irresponsible), 
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