Assignment: Person-centered group
Assignment: Person-centered group leaders serve as
34. Person-centered group leaders serve as _________________________ for the group process.
a. direction givers
d. objective experts
35. One common practice among Gestalt group leaders is ____________________ .
36. the theory that focuses on what it means to be a human is _______________ .
d. none of the above
37. A primary goal of REBT group work is for group members to learn to _______________ .
38. The founder of reality therapy is _______________ a man initially trained as a
psychoanalyst who became disenchanted with the approach.
a. Albert Bandura
b. William Glasser
c. Albert Ellis
d. B.F. Skinner
39. Reality therapy’s four human psychological needs are belonging, power, freedom, and ______________ .
40. Group leaders of reality therapy groups are _______________ .
a. cold and objective
b. completely accepting
c. warm and confronting
d. totally passive
41. Generally speaking, behaviorists emphasize all of the following EXCEPT _______________ .
b. here and now experiences
c. changing maladaptive behavior
d. defining specific goals
Definition. Client–centered therapy, which is also known as person-centered, non-directive, or Rogerian therapy, is a counseling approach that requires the client to take an active role in his or her treatment with the therapist being nondirective and supportive.