1. What are the characteristics of reality therapy? Briefly describe them.
Corey describes the multiple characteristics involved in reality therapy as follows:
Emphasize choice and responsibility- we must be responsible for what we choose. This
1. Assume that your client engages in self-destructive behavior and refuses to change;
is so certain of his or her values that you think are a definite danger to his or her life.
For example, your adolescent client continues to escape from real
Each of the models of counseling and psychotherapy we have studied so far has its own
version of reality. Solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) is a therapy developed initially by
Steve and Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg at the Brief Family Therapy
1.) Outline in a sentence the basic therapy goals of each of these approaches to family
Adlerian family therapy- Enable parents as leaders; unlock mistaken goals and interactional
patterns in family; promotion of effective parenting (
What are the therapeutic goals concerning rational emotive behavior and who pioneered the
The therapeutic goals concerning rational emotive behavior is explained by Corey as the most
rational emotive behavior therapists have the gener
1. Explain how positive reinforcement and negative reinforcement are used. Give an example
of each type of reinforcement.
According to Corey, positive reinforcement involves the addition of something of value
to the individual as a consequence o
Know the differences and similarities between clinical and counseling
What is the view of human nature according to Humanism?
What are the 3 core conditions?
What are some of the techniques used in Person-centered counse
Psychoanalytic theory: founded by Sigmund Freud. A theory of personality development, a
philosophy of human nature, a method of psychotherapy that focuses on unconscious factor
that motivate behavior. Attention is given to the events of the first 6 years