Evolution of Psychotherapy | Evolution of Psychotherapy 1990
William Glasser, MD | Jeffrey Zeig, PhD
1 Hour 28 Minutes
Original Program Date :
Dec 15, 1990
This is a description.
The address explains that Reality Therapy is based on control theory and that it is applied to both counseling and managing clients. The two major components are the counseling environment and the procedures that lead to change.
The educational objectives are listed.
To teach the history of Reality Therapy and show why I developed it at the time I did
To explain the two major components of Reality Therapy: Creating the therapeutic environment and the procedures that lead to change in the client
To give a brief explanation of control theory, which is the theory that underlies Reality Therapy, and to show how Reality Therapy relates to this theory
Session may be edited to preserve confidentiality.