Carl Rogers (1985) demonstrates with Ann, who describes herself as suffering guilt and sadness after having put off becoming a mother to pursue her career. After deciding to have children, she miscarried twins and has since been unable to become pregnant. Rogers helps her access her own potential to experience herself more positively.
Joseph Wolpe (1985) begins with Santiago who has a history of experiencing strong feelings of anxiety and discomfort during social situations. Questioning reveals that these problems are most intense when he is in situations in which he experiences a loss of control. Wolpe uses imagery and desensitization to diminish feelings of anxiety.
To describe outcome and followup data regarding psychotherapy that are rapid and durable
To describe a systemic framework that can demystify certain confusing (and confused) issues pertaining to theory and practice
To describe how action is an inherent form of the human organism more basic than speech
To know how action is relevant as a form of psychotherapy which ties the individual to the group
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