Person-Centered Therapy and Existential Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy

Question one

Why do all therapeutic approaches employ some aspects of Person-Centered Therapy?

Question Two

How is Positive Existential Therapy as developed by Dr. Paul Wong (see his website publications retrieved from: potentially useful in addiction therapy?

Question Three

You are a Person-Centered therapist. Explain to me, a rookie therapist, what incongruence is, and what I need to do to become congruent so that I can be a PC therapist.

Question Four

What are the necessary and sufficient conditions of therapy, according to Person Centered therapy? What does the research tell us about these conditions?

Question Five

What are the strengths and weaknesses of Person-Centered therapy in terms of working with clients from diverse backgrounds and in treating addiction?

Question Six

Choose one of the following techniques. Identify the theoretical basis and rationale for the technique (e.g., why and how it works) and give an example of how to use the technique with a specific client problem. (a) bracketing (b) guided fantasy (c) paradoxical intention.

Question Seven

Yalom (1980), identified 4 existential themes of human existence. Discuss each of the 4 themes.

Question Eight

Evaluate Existential Theory’s utility for clients who are of diverse backgrounds and for treating those who are addicted. What are its strengths and potential pitfalls? 


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