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Short-term approaches and issues in counselling: Seminar 2

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Reality Therapy

Developed by Glasser with significant contributions by Wubbolding, Reality Therapy is designed to be a short-term, practical approach to change. Maintaining that people are responsible for their own behaviors, Reality Therapy includes a focus on choice theory in regard to five basic needs, a self-examination of current behavior, and a plan to change behavior to reflect current goals. This approach can also be applied to a variety of counseling settings.

This talk is part of the Visiting Scholar Seminars series.

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