Reality Therapy and Client-Centered Therapy Comparison Essay by The Research Group

Reality Therapy and Client-Centered Therapy
Compares and contrasts two different schools of thought on counseling.
# 72676 | 5,400 words | 15 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Psychology (Rogers) , Psychology (Therapies) , English (Comparison) , Psychology (General)

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This paper takes a look at Reality therapy and client-centered therapy, comparing and contrasting the approach that each therapy takes to counseling. The paper discusses humanistic theories and self-actualization, as well as the theories of Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers. The paper also talks about the fundamental task of all therapists.

From the Paper:

"Humanistic theories and related therapies including client-centered or person-centered therapy regard people as unique, self-determined and worthy of respect and see human development as guided by a variety of human needs. Key humanistic theorists include Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers, both of whom take a holistic view of human growth that attempts to account for all of the diverse aspects of human experience. Humanistic theories propose that individuals pursue self-actualization and the acquisition of unconditional positive regard..."

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