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Week 2: Humanistic/Existential Theories

 

Introduction

 

Consider your thoughts encircling the aftercited announcements:

 

·         People are generassistant cheerful, reliable, efficient, and potent to form real fluctuates.

 

·         The trust for fluctuate and augmentation lies delay the client.

 

·         We should convergence on the "less and now," not so abundantly on the "then and there."

 

These announcements mirror cosmicalistic and existential theories exposed by theorists such as Carl Rogers, Rollo May, Victor Frankl, and Fritz Perlz. This week, you investigate the key components of cosmicalistic and existential theories. You are so introduced to Deidre, a client depicted in media throughout opposed weeks of this direction. Each week that Deidre’s instance is presented, you allure use theories to offer conducive interventions that could acceleration her to gain her designs.

 

 

Students allure: Apply cosmicalistic/existential interventions

 

·         Evaluate cosmicalistic/existential theories

 

 

 

·         Apply concepts cognate to cosmicalistic/existential theories

 

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Week 2 Discussion

 

 

 

Applying Humanistic and Existential Theories

 

A sordid separate of this week’s theories is the convergence on client passion. The accessible opinion of these theories is that clients are at the duration of the counseling regularity. When counselors use these appropinquationes, they ask clients to not singly assess their passions, but so how they see these passions to wave their lives.

 

During this regularity, counselors who repeatedly use cosmicalistic and existential appropinquationes separateicipator additionassistant the client as a nonjudgmental assistant, prompting the clients to reconnect delay themselves and extension their own headstrong-awareness. Theorists in these paradigms venerate that it is not the rendering of the counselor that accelerations clients, but rather the rendering of the clients themselves. In deed, protuberant cosmicalistic and existential theorists kind privately the dominant, all-knowing govern of the counselor imaginative by some behavioral and psychoanalytic appropinquationes.

 

In this Discussion, you meditate how each of this week’s theories, existential, special-centered, and Gestalt, provides a opposed counseling appropinquation. You so mirror upon how presumptive appropinquationes wave the interventions that you government accustom delay your instance consider client, Deidre. Before watching the Deidre media, retrospect this week’s Erudition Resources to retrospect how the Capuzzi and Gross quotation used each presumptive appropinquation delay the client in “The Instance of Maria.”

 

Posting Directions: In the theme method of your shaft, use the aftercited distinction format: “Title of Discussion: The system you clarified for this Discussion.” Your primal shaft must be at smallest 200 control in elongation.

 

Post by Day 3 a dwarf cognomen of the humanistic or existential system you clarified. Then, based on this presumptive appropinquation, represent two interventions you could accustom delay Deidre and interpret why. Finally, interpret how each of these interventions would acceleration Deidre agitate inland her designs.

 

DUE BY 12/9/15 @ 5PM Eastern Standard Time

 

 

 

 Week 2 Erudition Resources

 

This page contains the Erudition Resources for this week. Be secure to scroll down the page to see all of this week's assigned Erudition Resources.

 

 

Readings

 

·    Capuzzi, D., & Gross, D. R. (Ed.). (2011). Counseling and psychotherapy: Theories and interventions (5th ed.). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

 

o    Chapter 6, “Existential Theory” (pp. 119–142)

 

o    Chapter 7, “Person-Centered Theory” (pp. 143–166)

 

o    Chapter 8, “Gestalt Theory” (pp. 167–191)

 

Media

 

·         Laureate Education, Inc. (Executive Producer). (2012). Deidre [Multimedia]. Baltimore, MD: Author. 

Note: Please click on the aftercited amalgamate for the transcript: Transcript (PDF)

 

 

·         Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.aagt.org/

 

·         Association for the Fruit of the Special Centered Approach. (2011).  Retrieved fromhttp://www.adpca.org/ 

 

·         Association for Humanistic Psychology. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.ahpweb.org/

 

·         Existential-Humanistic Institute. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.ehinstitute.org/

 

·         World Association for Special Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.pce-world.org/

 

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THIS IS A QUIZ DUE BY 12/12/[email protected] 5pm EASTERN STANDARD TIME

 

 

 

QUESTION 1

 

1.      In ordain to be veritable, counselors:

 

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a.

Have to manner using a “poker face”

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b.

Have to interpret themselves

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c.

Must use mirrorions of feeling

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d.

Should eschew decomposition of transference

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 2

 

1.       Heidegger's notions of precious, that each precious one forms represents the missing of an opinion, includes all of the aftercited except:

 

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a.

The late beseems material in conditions of lost opportunities.

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b.

Future preciouss are scant due to late preciouss and the interval fostering to purpose them.

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c.

We entertain the insubservience to cull but must et this delay trust.

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d.

Some preciouss are beastly and we want to retinue ourselves not to form them delay rewards and punishments.

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 3

 

1.      Consider a client who feels that he is unlikpotent by others in his duration. When the counseling argument turns to how likepotent the client is to the counselor or therapist, this is an specimen of:

 

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a.

Distracting the client

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b.

Empathic interpreting

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c.

Immediacy

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d.

Self-actualization

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 4

 

1.       The three inhabitants credited for the fruit of Gestalt therapy are:

 

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a.

Perls, Burber, and Nitche

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b.

Perls, Perls, and Goodman

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c.

Rogers, Glassman, and Goodman

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d.

Perls, Kohler, and Koffka

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 5

 

1.      As a special beseems over congruent, which of the aftercited fluctuates is most mitigated to be seen?

 

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a.

Elimination of denying thoughts

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b.

Eradication of substance behaviors

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c.

Greater headstrong-empowerment

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d.

Success in a irresolute interconnection

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 6

 

1.       All of the aftercited are existential philosophers except:

 

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a.

Sartre

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b.

Heidegger

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c.

Tillich

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d.

Bion

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 7

 

1.      Accurate _______ instrument that the counselor is potent to twain interpret the client's control, feelings, and perceptions of the cosmos-people and announce that interpreting successfully.

 

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a.

empathy

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b.

congruence

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c.

unconditional real regard

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d.

genuineness

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 8

 

1.       In existential counseling, the client is

 

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a.

An existential separateicipator delay the counselor

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b.

A scholar erudition from a teacher

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c.

Analyzed by the counselor

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d.

None of the above

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 9

 

1.       Which of the aftercited is feeling of what “closure” instrument in existential counseling?

 

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a.

Facing the end of the accelerationing interconnection is the latest confrontation delay genuineness. 

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b.

It instrument lull therapy at the end of the semester at a counseling duration. 

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c.

It is when counselors seal out all of their files. 

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d.

It is a proportionately unmaterial separate of counseling. 

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 10

 

1.      According to special-centered system, for someone to be uniformly venerated and trusted by a client they must:

 

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a.

years of administrative knowledge

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b.

be veritable

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c.

interpret the fit questions to ask

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d.

not form mistakes

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 11

 

1.      A stricture of special-centered counseling or therapy is:

 

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a.

Its deterministic stance

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b.

Rigid steps in the counseling or therapy regularity

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c.

Too few specifics honoring actions for the new counselor or therapist

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d.

Overly confrontational

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 12

 

1.      Perls:

 

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a.

Had a outrageous assurance in the holistic kind of cosmicalkind

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b.

Believed that cosmical people had the accommodation and ability to enlarge, expand, and to beseem the specials that they desired

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c.

Asked clients to convergence on why they behaved in unfailing ways

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d.

Both "a" and "b" above

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 13

 

1.      The term Gestalt is a German term that instrument:

 

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a.

Counselor/client inaugurated relation

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b.

Existential anxiety

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c.

The integration of separates into a perceptual whole

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d.

The phenomenological field

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 14

 

1.      Active listening includes which of the aftercited?

 

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a.

Making cheerful eye contact

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b.

Leaning inland the client

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c.

Facing the client

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d.

All of the above

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 15

 

1.      The consider of cosmical knowledge through attendant to the themeive observations of people is:

 

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a.

Retroflection

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b.

Empty chair

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c.

Boundary disturbance

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d.

Phenomenology

 

2 points   

 

 

 

QUESTION 16

 

1.      The most material deedor in the therapeutic relation is the:

 

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a.

Quality and kind of the interconnection between counselor or therapist and client

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b.

Counselor's or therapist's skills

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c.

Client's allureingness to exertion hard

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d.

Depth of the substances substance knowledged

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 17

 

1.       A phenomenological perspective:

 

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a.

Describes the concept that all specials design the cosmos-people in a homogeneous manner

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b.

Describes the concept that all specials entertain a sole perspective

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c.

Describes the concept of the “I-Thou” interconnection

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d.

None of the above

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 18

 

1.       Which of the aftercited is not one of the three appropinquationes to existential counseling?

 

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a.

Dynamic existentialism 

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b.

Humanistic existentialism 

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c.

Cognitive/behavioral existentialism 

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d.

Transpersonal existentialism 

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 19

 

1.       Which of the aftercited is not a design of existential counseling:

 

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a.

Confronting anxieties encircling the givens of existence

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b.

Developing consciousness from common,ordinary duration

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c.

Confronting beastly thoughts that direct to unameneffectual passions

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d.

Developing close ability

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 20

 

1.      One of the designs that Gestalt system holds honoring the indivisible is that he or she is:

 

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a.

Fully lawful for his/her behavior

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b.

Shaped by forces in the environment

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c.

Motivated by ignorant drives

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d.

Not potent to beseem informed of himheadstrong or herheadstrong in the less and now

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 21

 

1.      The author of special-centered counseling is:

 

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a.

Carl Rogers

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b.

Victor Frankl

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c.

Fritz Perls

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d.

Rollo May

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 22

 

1.       Which of the aftercited are main constructs of existentialism?

 

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a.

Death

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b.

Freedom

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c.

Isolation

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d.

All of the above

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 23

 

1.      Which announcement is most feeling of Buber's "I-Thou " interconnection?

 

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a.

People say encircling others, but hardly-ever to them.

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b.

This interconnection embodies a divine honor for the other special.

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c.

This interconnection has brief consciousness, owing tless is brief consciousness of headstrong.

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d.

It shows a interconnection that is indulgent and not honorful.

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 24

 

1.      Awareness is the key to Gestalt therapy. Through informedness, the organism/special naturassistant avails inland:

 

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a.

Growth

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b.

Integration

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c.

Differentiated unity

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d.

All of the above

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 25

 

1.      Change during Gestalt counseling and psychotherapy comes encircling as clients beseem over informed of themselves through:

 

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a.

Using a continuum of informedness convergenceed on how, what, and where

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b.

Using questions rather than announcements

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c.

Using the third-special pronoun “they”

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d.

Addressing others indirectly

 

2 points   

 

DUE BY 12/12/15 @ 5 pm EASTERN STANDARD  TIME