EP95 Invited Address 10b – Control Theory in the Practice of Reality Therapy – William Glasser, MD | Instant Download !
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Invited Address Session 10 Part 2 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 1995 – Control Theory in the Practice of Reality Therapy
Featuring William Glasser, MD; with discussant Arnold Lazarus, PhD.
Moderated by Carol Kershaw, EdD.
Reality Therapy is completely based on control theory psychology. Dr. Glasser will explain this psychology and then explain how all the techniques of this therapy arise from control theory. The major techniques he will explain are 1) All we do from birth to death is behave; 2) All behavior discussed in therapy is chosen; 3) All behavior is made up of four closely related components: acting, thinking, feeling and physiology; 4) While problems may originate in the past, they all occur in the present; 5) When problems are solved, it is because in the process of therapy, clients are taught to make better choices than they are making when they begin therapy.
- To explain Control Theory.
- To show how it supports Reality Therapy.
- To show how an individual can use this theory to supplement therapy.