TB_Choice_Theory_and_Reality_Therapy

TB_Choice_Theory_and_Reality_Therapy - Choice Theory and...

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Choice Theory and the New Reality Therapy Dr. Tom Burdenski, LPC, LMFT, Licensed Psychologist, CT/RT Basic Instructor, U.S. Advisory Board of William Glasser Institute, Editorial Board, International Journal of Choice Theory and Reality Therapy
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Biographical Information—William Glasser Born 1925 Writes of his mother being very “controlling”, parents “incompatible” Studied engineering, clinical psychology, and medicine
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Historical Context Behavioral? Existential?
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Theoretical Principles of Control Theory Five Basic Human Needs Survival Love and Belonging Power Freedom Fun
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Theoretical Principles of Control Theory (continued) Internal vs. External Control Psychology The Quality World
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The 10 Axioms of Choice Theory 1. The only person whose behavior we can control is our own. 2. All we can give another person is information. 3. All long-lasting psychological problems are relationship problems. 4. The problem relationship is always part of our present life. 5. What happened in the past has everything to do with what we are today, but we can only satisfy our basic needs right now and plan to continue satisfying them in the future.
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(cont.) 6. We can only satisfy our needs by satisfying the pictures in our Quality World. 7. All we do is behave. 8. All behavior is Total Behavior and is made up of four components: acting, thinking, feeling and physiology. 9. All Total Behavior is chosen, but we only have direct control over the acting and thinking components. We can only control our feeling and physiology indirectly through how we choose to act and think. 10.
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2011 for the course PSY 5531 taught by Professor Stewart during the Fall '11 term at Tarleton.

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