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    school of psychotherapy was founded by Frederick S Perls and Laura, his wife. Fritz was the name that he was usually referred to by the majority of those around him. He was born in Berlin, Germany in 1893 into a middle class family (Gall, S. B., Beins, B., & Feldman, A. J. 1996). His mother (Amelia Rund) grew up in an Orthodox Jewish environment, while his father (Nathan Perls) was Grand Master in the Freemason Lodge. His father was quite reclusive in his habits. (O 'Leary, E. 2013). The youngest in the family, Fritz had two sisters whom he viewed differently. The family life of Fritz comes with a spectrum of feelings a most families do. His parents were very religious individuals but this seemed to be absent in their physical…

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    Gestalt Introduction Gestalt translates from German to mean whole or completion. Gestalt is based on the Here and the Now. It is also existential, phenomenological, and process-based approach crated on the idea that people must be understood in the context to how they related to their surroundings (Corey, 2013). Gestalt Therapy is less focused on interpreting and more on expressing, feeling and experiencing. The main purpose of the paper is to research the theory which most captured our…

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    Perls said, “Gestalt Therapy is an equation in which awareness equals present time equals reality” (1965). This theory is based on the client learning to understand themselves and to be able to stand on their own two feet. The first thing I notice when watching this video is how much Perls paid attention to Gloria’s body language. Gloria felt intimidated by Perls and stated she was scared. Perls immediately mentioned that Gloria was smiling. In his mind, smiling and being scared do not go…

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    Person Centered Theory

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    He believes that clients have to stand on their own feet and deal with their life problems. Clients are expected to do their own feeling, interpreting, and sensing rather than allowing the therapist to give advice or answers. Perls also identified five layers of personality. The first layer is the phony layer which is the stereotypical or fake layer. The second layer is the phobic layer, this is when clients have fears that keep them from seeing their true self. The third layer is the impassive…

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    Carl Rogers and Fredrick Perls both developed useful psychotherapy techniques that have similar goals. However, the two types of therapy pursue this outcome in dissimilar ways. Carl Rogers’ client centered model focuses on the relationship with the client in the hopes that building a genuine relationship will allow the client to explore attitudes and emotions more deeply. Or, in other words, examine hidden aspects that are recalled remotely but are not being experienced by the client in the…

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    Nt1310 Unit 5 Essay

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    #include /*input and output */ #include /* printf, NULL */ #include /* srand, rand */ #include /* time */ #include /* file operations */ #include /* symbolic constants */ using namespace std; int Gen(int length) { cout << "******************Attempting to write key to file*******************\n"<< endl; int randomData = open("/dev/random", O_RDONLY); // open file to get random values char myRandomData[length]; //determine the length of…

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    The story The Hiding Place is narrated by Corrie ten-Boom. She talked about the trials her family, the ten-Boom family, went through during World War ll. The ten-Booms live in Haarlem, Holland in a house known as the Beje. The book begins with the ten Boom family celebrating the 100th anniversary of the watch shop. In the next few chapters, Corrie talks about her childhood and glad-hearted mother, and the three aunts who once lived in the Beje. After the deaths of Corrie's mother and aunts, it…

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    The Function of Memory Elie Wiesel, a Nobel-Prize winning writer, once said, “ Without memory, there is no culture. Without memory, there would be no civilization, no society, no future.” Wiesel, explains the importance of memory and why it 's important to remember, even when people might want to forget. Memories are the moments people remember from their past; memories are essential to a large extent, because it’s the glue to what holds a person together. Memories are important because someone…

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    The classic silent film Metropolis (1927) was directed by the famous Fritz Lang and co-written by his ex-wife Thea Von Harbou. The film was produced in Weimar Germany post WW1, reflected by its German Expressionist style. Large portions of the film were believed to be lost until recently and the restored version was released 2010. It was the first film on UNESCO’s Memory of the Wold Register and has inspired sci-fi films like Star Wars and Bladerunner. George Orwell’s 1984 is a fiction novel…

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    A play by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, The Diary of Anne Frank, is the main text that will be focused on in this learning segment. The play has two acts. The main characters in The Diary of Anne Frank include Anne Frank, a young Jewish girl who is hiding with her family from the Nazis from persecution. Mr. Frank, also known as Otto Frank, is the father of Anne and Margot Frank. Mrs. Frank is the wife to Otto Frank and the mother of Anne and Margot. The Van Daan family are also play…

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