By Gerald Corey
CASE method of COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY, 8th variation, vividly illustrates how significant counseling techniques paintings with a unmarried shopper, Ruth. Dr. Corey offers good examples of psychoanalytic, Adlerian, existential, person-centered, Gestalt, fact, habit, cognitive-behavior, kin platforms, feminist, and postmodern theories in motion. Dr. Corey applies every one healing method of a unmarried patron, illustrating how some of the theories paintings and aiding you notice precisely how the strategies fluctuate. Well-respected and well known practitioners function visitor commentators, providing their distinct views on Ruth's case. Commentators comprise founders of a few of the treatments, reminiscent of William Glasser for selection thought and truth remedy, Arnold Lazarus for multimodal remedy, and Albert Ellis for rational emotive habit remedy.
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