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founded by Glasser; this theory emphasizes that all behavior is generated within ourselves for the purpose of satisfying one or more basic needs
Reality therapy
a complete system for explaining how the brain works; added to the base of reality therapy in the 1980's to make it more complete
control therapy
in task/work environments, an emphasis on working cooperatively and productively in small groups
total quality movement (TQM)
1. belonging
2. power
3. freedom
4. fun
reality therapy's four human psychological needs
stresses helping people live up to their own moral convictions; has some commonality with reality therapy
integrity therapy
establishing an atmosphere in which work within the group can take place
setting up the environment
asking members to do the opposite of what you want in the hope they will disobey
1. reality therapy emphasises accountability
2. is it stress on action and thinking
3. valuable dimension of a reality therpay group is its viability with people as the society on whcih other have given up
strenths of reality therapy
4. emphasis on definable procedures for working with individuals in group
5. treatment continues only until participants are able to resolve difficulties
strengths of reality therapy
1. emphasis on the exchange of communication either verbal or written
2. simplicity
3. extreme postion on some issues
limitations of reality therapy
4. is in group work is its lack of proven effectiveness
5. emphasis on conformity and utility
limitations of reality therapy