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Reality Therapy

Author : Robert E. Wubbolding
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In Reality Therapy, Robert E. Wubbolding explores the history, theory, research, and practice of this choice-focused approach to psychotherapy. William Glasser first developed the ideas behind reality therapy in the 1950s and 1960s when he formulated the basis of choice theory, which concerns the way human beings choose their own behavior and how these choices can either satisfy or not satisfy basic drives and goals. Using this theoretical basis, reality therapy helps clients to learn to be more aware of their choices and how these choices may be inefficient in achieving their goals. Framing behavior as a choice, a choice made by client's internal control, leads clients to feel more responsible and in command of their lives. Reality Therapy is structured around the WDEP system (wants, doing, evaluation, and planning): The reality therapist works with clients to explore their wants and what they are doing to achieve those wants, evaluating whether what they are doing is helpful or harmful to their goals, and finally helping the client plan ways to change their behavior. In this book, Wubbolding presents and explores this approach, its theory, history, therapy process, primary change mechanisms, the empirical basis for its effectiveness, and contemporary and future developments. This essential primer, amply illustrated with case examples featuring diverse clients, is perfect for graduate students studying theories of therapy and counseling, as well as for seasoned practitioners interested in understanding how this approach has evolved and how it might be used in their practice.

Reality Therapy and Self Evaluation

Author : Robert E. Wubbolding
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This unique resource discusses the core concepts of self-evaluation and the WDEP system of reality therapy, and answers the commonly asked question: “How do I intervene with clients who appear to be unmotivated to make changes in their behavior?” Choice theory/reality therapy expert Robert Wubbolding provides mental health professionals with skill-building strategies for helping clients better self-evaluate, embrace the change process, and make more effective life choices. Detailed interventions and sample counselor–client dialogues throughout the book illustrate work with clients dealing with posttraumatic stress, anger issues, grieving and loss, self-injury, antisocial behavior, career concerns, relationship problems, and more. Dr. Wubbolding’s techniques are readily applicable to mental health and educational settings, with cross-cultural application to clients of various ages. *Requests for digital versions from the ACA can be found on wiley.com. *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website here. *Reproduction requests for material from books published by ACA should be directed to [email protected]

Reality Therapy For the 21st Century

Author : Robert E. Wubbolding
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This text is a comprehensive, practical, clearly illustrated examination of reality therapy. It includes an historically significant interview with William Glasser, MD, multicultural applications and research based studies. Its goal is to enhance the skills of helpers so that clients may live a more effective life through a total balance of love, health, and happiness. To help teach reality therapy, the author encapsulates the delivery system into the acronym "WDEP". It is expanded to include 22 types of self-evaluation which counsellors and therapists can use to shorten therapy time in the current managed care environment. Each component of the delivery system is illustrated with dialogues so that the reader can see exactly how the system is practical and immediately usable.

Treatment Planning with Choice Theory and Reality Therapy

Author : Michael H. Fulkerson LPCC-S
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Choice Theory/Reality Therapy Treatment Planning describes how to write a theory-driven treatment plan, compatible with person-centered recovery planning principles and satisfy the expectations of insurance companies. Designed to be a primer for mental health practitioners desiring from a choice theory /reality therapy perspective, the author describes how to conceptualize a case study from a choice theory lens and how to implement a treatment plan using reality therapy. Formerly entitled, Treatment Planning from a Reality Therapy Perspective, this third edition includes three new chapters, including one on case conceptualization, integrating choice theory /reality therapy with person-centered recovery planning, and a case study example with a case conceptualization, treatment plan, and a description of the treatment plan implementation. Author Michael H. Fulkerson provides an explanation of how choice theory /reality therapy treatment planning differs from traditional treatment planning models, which are usually bsed on the medical model and/or external control psychology. He offers a synopsis of his experience and research using reality therapy as a treatment modality, presents a review of different treatment models and compares them to reality therapy, provides examples of how to write treatment plans from a public health model rather than a medical model, covers documentation of progress notes, and discusses case studies.

Treatment Planning from a Reality Therapy Perspective

Author : Michael H. Fulkerson, LPCC
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Designed to be a primer for mental health practitioners desiring to write treatment plans from a reality therapy perspective, Treatment Planning from a Reality Therapy Perspective, by author Michael H. Fulkerson, provides an explanation of how reality therapy treatment planning differs from traditional treatment planning models, which are usually based on the medical model and/or external control psychology. Fulkerson offers a synopsis of his experience and research using reality therapy as a treatment modality, presents a review of different treatment models and compares them to reality therapy, provides examples of how to write treatment goals and objectives from a public health model rather than from a medical model that are precise and measurable, covers documentation of progress notes, and discusses cases studies. A helpful resource for professionals wishing to incorporate reality therapy into treatment planning for their clients, this second edition of Treatment Planning from a Reality Therapy Perspective offers treatment plans from a reality therapy perspective that have been field-tested by a clinician who has received numerous successful reviews from health care organizations.

Theory and Practice of Counselling Therapy

Author : Richard Nelson-Jones
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"The substantially revised and enlarged third edition of "The theory and practice of counselling and therapy" provides a comprehensive review of the major theories that underpin counselling and psychotherapy practice." -- back cover.

CEA Directory for Correctional Educators

Author : Correctional Education Association (U.S.)
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Theory and Practice of Group Counseling

Author : Gerald Corey
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In this revision of his best-selling text, Corey outlines the basic elements of group process, deals with ethical and professional issues special to group work, and presents an overview of the key concepts and techniques of ten theoretical approaches to group counseling. The focus is on the practical applications of theoretical models to group work. Two detailed chapters (16 and 17) walk students through the various stages of group development.

Control Theory in the Practice of Reality Therapy

Author : Naomi Glasser
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Dr. William Glasser's bestselling theories of Reality Therapy and Control Theory are put into action in a series of fascinating case studies. Each case shows successful resolutions to help therapists learn how these treatments compliment each other.

Counseling and Psychotherapy

Author : Dave Capuzzi
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This is the ideal book for readers who are just beginning their study of counseling and psychotherapy. From it they will secure a solid foundation in the major theories of counseling and psychotherapy from twenty-three authors who are experienced in the theory they discuss. Because each theory is presented using a standard format and bolstered by a running case study, readers will also come away from this text with the cross-theory comparisons they need to decide on their own course of specialized study, and determine a personal perspective on counseling. Coverage includes Eastern theories, feminist theories, body-centered, and Rational Emotive Behavioral Theory. For anyone interested in pursuing a career in counseling and psychotherapy.

Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy

Author : Gerald Corey
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This revision of Gerald Corey's best-selling text covers 10 contemporary theories (psychoanalytic, Adlerian, existential, person-centered, Gestalt, reality, behavior, cognitive-behavior, family systems, and, NEW to this edition, feminist) and demonstrates how each theory can be applied to a single case (Stan). Corey's Sixth Edition covers the major concepts of counseling theories, shows students how to apply those theories in practice, and helps them learn to integrate the theories into an individualized counseling style. Incorporating the thinking, feeling, and behaving dimensions of human experience, Corey offers an easy-to-understand text that helps students compare and contrast the therapeutic models. This book is the center of a suite of products that include a revised student manual, a revised casebook, a new companion text, and an all-new student video and workbook.

Adolescent Drug Alcohol Abuse

Author : Nikki Babbit
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Explains to parents how to recognize the signs of drug use in their child, overcome denial in the family, evaluate and select treatment options, and work through the recovery process.

Employee Motivation

Author : Robert E. Wubbolding
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Handbook of Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents

Author : Thomas R. Kratochwill
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Intended to be a resource for individuals who are working directly with children and adolescents in diverse applied and clinical settings. The first section contains perspectives on the field. The second section contains an overview of assessment issues in child and adolescent psychotherapy. The third section offers a state-of-the-art overview of major therapeutic approaches that represent current practice in child and adolescent psychotherapy. The last section includes chapters that are related to major assessment and therapeutic practices. A Longwood Professional Book.

Case Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy

Author : Gerald Corey
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Designed to bridge the gap between theory and practice, this text presents vivid examples of how 10 counseling approaches (psychoanalytic, Adlerian, existential, person-centered, Gestalt, reality, behavior, cognitive-behavior, feminist, and family systems) work with a single client, Ruth. By applying each theory to a single client, Corey illustrates each therapeutic approach in action and helps clear up misconceptions students might have about how a therapeutic model actually works. Guest commentators (each a well-known and highly recognized practitioner) discuss Ruth's case based on their perspectives. In some cases, Corey was able to enlist the founder of a particular therapy such as William Glasser for control theory and reality therapy, Arnold Lazarus for multimodal therapy, and Albert Ellis for rational emotive behavior therapy.

Contemporary Psychotherapies for a Diverse World

Author : Jon Frew
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This unique text is the first to provide an introduction to the theory and practice of the major theories of psychotherapy and, at the same time, illustrate how these approaches are dealing with the ever-increasing diversity of today's clients. Frew and Spiegler have assembled the leading contemporary authorities on each theory to offer an insider's perspective that includes exposure to the style and language used by adherents of the approach, which is not available in any other text. The history of each approach and the latest, cutting-edge theory and practice are integrated with an emphasis on an awareness of the needs of diverse non-majority clients, creating a comprehensive, practical, and invaluable text for any counseling theories course. The major psychotherapeutic approaches are presented in roughly the chronological order in which they were developed, and each chapter follows the same basic format to ensure consistency throughout the text. Along with traditional theories, there are chapters on reality therapy, feminist therapy, and narrative therapy, and the chapter on ethics includes multicultural and feminist perspectives. Each chapter includes: the origin and evolution of the theory theoretical foundations and how the theory is manifested in practice an evaluation of the evidence for the theory's success, limitations, blind spots, and challenges "The Author's Journey," in which authors describe what lead them to adopt their approach and how their own practice has evolved over time multicultural competencies and their importance in the context of the theory. Resources are available online for instructors to supplement the material in the text and include a test bank and PowerPoint lecture slides.

Professional School Counseling

Author : Bradley T. Erford
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American Book Publishing Record

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Southeastern Journal of Music Education

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Bowker s Complete Video Directory 2000

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