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Week 2: Humanistic/Existential Theories

 

Introduction

 

Consider your thoughts encircling the aftercited announcements:

 

·         People are genercolleague good-natured-tempered, reliable, prolific, and potent to effect dogmatical modifys.

 

·         The allegiance for modify and enlargement lies delay the client.

 

·         We should nucleus on the "short and now," not so deducetelling on the "then and there."

 

These announcements return rationalistic and existential theories familiar by theorists such as Carl Rogers, Rollo May, Victor Frankl, and Fritz Perlz. This week, you criticize the key components of rationalistic and existential theories. You are to-boot introduced to Deidre, a client depicted in media throughout diverse weeks of this race. Each week that Deidre’s event is presented, you succeed use theories to affect efficacious interventions that could acceleration her to attain her sights.

 

 

Students succeed: Apply rationalistic/existential interventions

 

·         Evaluate rationalistic/existential theories

 

 

 

·         Apply concepts akin to rationalistic/existential theories

 

Please income to the Resources.

 

Week 2 Discussion

 

 

 

Applying Humanistic and Existential Theories

 

A dishonortelling portio of this week’s theories is the nucleus on client feeling. The mediate persuasion of these theories is that clients are at the benevolence of the counseling course. When counselors use these adites, they ask clients to not solely assess their feelings, but to-boot how they descry these feelings to wave their lives.

 

During this course, counselors who repeatedly use rationalistic and existential adites sharer near the client as a nonjudgmental colleague, prompting the clients to reconnect delay themselves and extension their own headstrong-awareness. Theorists in these paradigms like that it is not the definition of the counselor that accelerations clients, but rather the definition of the clients themselves. In event, main rationalistic and existential theorists style separate the dominant, all-wise nearness of the counselor illustrated by some behavioral and psychoanalytic adites.

 

In this Discussion, you deduce how each of this week’s theories, existential, idiosyncratic-centered, and Gestalt, provides a unanalogous counseling adit. You to-boot return upon how speculative adites wave the interventions that you command habituate delay your event con-over client, Deidre. Before watching the Deidre media, stricture this week’s Education Resources to stricture how the Capuzzi and Gross extract used each speculative adit delay the client in “The Event of Maria.”

 

Posting Directions: In the theme sequence of your support, use the aftercited epithet format: “Title of Discussion: The speculation you clarified for this Discussion.” Your judicious support must be at last 200 articulation in diffusiveness.

 

Post by Day 3 a dirty patronymic of the humanistic or existential speculation you clarified. Then, established on this speculative adit, recount two interventions you could habituate delay Deidre and elucidate why. Finally, elucidate how each of these interventions would acceleration Deidre affect inside her sights.

 

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

 

 

 

 Week 2 Education Resources

 

This page contains the Education Resources for this week. Be believing to scroll down the page to see all of this week's assigned Education 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 merge for the transcript: Transcript (PDF)

 

 

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

 

·         Association for the Crop of the Idiosyncratic 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 Idiosyncratic 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 adjust to be natural, counselors:

 

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a.

Have to proof using a “poker face”

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b.

Have to distinguish themselves

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c.

Must use returnions of feeling

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d.

Should escape decomposition of transference

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 2

 

1.       Heidegger's notions of select, that each select one effects represents the forfeiture of an opinion, includes all of the aftercited except:

 

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a.

The departed beseems grave in conditions of obsolete opportunities.

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b.

Future selects are poor due to departed selects and the era fostering to drift them.

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c.

We accept the insubservience to pick-out but must poise this delay allegiance.

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d.

Some selects are irrational and we demand to suite ourselves not to effect them delay rewards and punishments.

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 3

 

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

 

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a.

Distracting the client

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b.

Empathic recognizeing

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c.

Immediacy

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d.

Self-actualization

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 4

 

1.       The three crowd credited for the crop 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 idiosyncratic beseems further congruent, which of the aftercited modifys is most likely to be seen?

 

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a.

Elimination of disclaiming thoughts

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b.

Eradication of amount behaviors

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c.

Greater headstrong-empowerment

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d.

Success in a lame connection

 

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 _______ resources that the counselor is potent to twain recognize the client's articulation, feelings, and perceptions of the universe and importio that recognizeing successfully.

 

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a.

empathy

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b.

congruence

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c.

unconditional dogmatical 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 sharer delay the counselor

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b.

A novice education 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 vivid of what “closure” resources in existential counseling?

 

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a.

Facing the end of the accelerationing connection is the signalinal confrontation delay verity. 

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b.

It resources lull therapy at the end of the semester at a counseling benevolence. 

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c.

It is when counselors plug out all of their files. 

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d.

It is a proportionately ungrave portio of counseling. 

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 10

 

1.      According to idiosyncratic-centered speculation, for someone to be uniformly liked and trusted by a client they must:

 

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a.

years of functional proof

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b.

be natural

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c.

distinguish the upupright questions to ask

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d.

not effect mistakes

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 11

 

1.      A stricture of idiosyncratic-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 course

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c.

Too few specifics touching 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 forcible conviction in the holistic truth of rationalkind

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b.

Believed that rational men-folks had the size and force to amplify, disclose, and to beseem the idiosyncratics that they desired

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c.

Asked clients to nucleus on why they behaved in real ways

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d.

Both "a" and "b" above

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 13

 

1.      The account Gestalt is a German signal that resources:

 

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a.

Counselor/client started confederation

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b.

Existential anxiety

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c.

The integration of portios 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 good-natured-tempered-tempered eye contact

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b.

Leaning inside 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 con-over of rational proof through attending to the themeive observations of men-folks 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 grave eventor in the sanitary confederation is the:

 

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a.

Quality and truth of the connection betwixt counselor or therapist and client

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b.

Counselor's or therapist's skills

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c.

Client's succeedingness to employment hard

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d.

Depth of the amounts entity proofd

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 17

 

1.       A phenomenological perspective:

 

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a.

Describes the concept that all idiosyncratics light the universe in a harmonious manner

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b.

Describes the concept that all idiosyncratics accept a rare perspective

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c.

Describes the concept of the “I-Thou” connection

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d.

None of the above

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 18

 

1.       Which of the aftercited is not one of the three adites 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 sight of existential counseling:

 

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a.

Confronting anxieties encircling the givens of existence

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b.

Developing aim from unamazed vivacity

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c.

Confronting irrational thoughts that control to unmanagetalented feelings

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d.

Developing vital force

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 20

 

1.      One of the lights that Gestalt speculation holds touching the separate 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 uninformed drives

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d.

Not potent to beseem conscious of himheadstrong or herheadstrong in the short and now

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 21

 

1.      The instituter of idiosyncratic-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 elder 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 vivid of Buber's "I-Thou " connection?

 

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a.

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

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b.

This connection embodies a hallowed regard for the other idiosyncratic.

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c.

This connection has tiny aim, consequently tshort is tiny appreciation of headstrong.

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d.

It shows a connection that is persuasive and not regardful.

 

2 points   

 

QUESTION 24

 

1.      Awareness is the key to Gestalt therapy. Through consciousness, the organism/idiosyncratic naturcolleague incomes inside:

 

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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 further conscious of themselves through:

 

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a.

Using a continuum of consciousness nucleused on how, what, and where

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b.

Using questions rather than announcements

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c.

Using the third-idiosyncratic pronoun “they”

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d.

Addressing others indirectly

 

2 points   

 

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