Therapy Papers

  • Professional Goals Statement Paper

    753 words, 4 pages

    Physical therapy is a career that has a wide variety of specializations that can range from acute care, education, geriatrics, neurology, research, and women’s health. I specifically want to work in the area of sports physical therapy, which deals with athletic injuries, acute care, rehabilitation, and prevention. I am pursuing a degree in physical therapy because I have been interested in the profession for a long time now. My interest stems from my experiences with gymnastics when I was a child. I was in gymnastics my whole life until one day I had to quit due to financial reasons. I had

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    Carl Rogers

    331 words, 2 pages

    Carl Rogers is best known for his contributions to therapy. Dr. Rogers felt that clients look to therapists for guidance, and will find it even when the therapist is not trying to guide. Carl Rogers' theory on guidance was focused on a person's 'true self'. Dr. Rogers said that in order for people to know their true selves, they had to focus on their self-concept. This consisted of a set of beliefs about behaviors, thoughts, and feelings that could be more or less conflicting with the person's real behaviors, thoughts, and feelings. A person whose self-concept was drastically different from th

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    Bereavement Issues

    606 words, 3 pages

    How Boundaries are established within CBT 1. Through Contract Setting References from: Contracts in Counselling edited by Charlotte Sills Cognitive-Behavioural Counselling in Action Peter Trower, Andrew Casey and Windy Dryden. Both from Sage Publishing. As a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist I would look at setting up and establishing certain boundaries through the contract, by giving a detailed explanation of the negotiation of Boundary Conditions and the need f

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    Person Centered Therapy

    1579 words, 7 pages

    Running Head: A BRIEF CRITIQUE OF PERSON CENTERED THERAPY A Brief Critique of Person Centered Therapy Date of submission: 11.09.2008 A Brief Critique of Person Centered Therapy “Existential therapy is a process of searching for the value and meaning in life” “(Corey, p. 131) with a focus on central concerns of the person’s existence; Such as death, freedom, existential isolation and meaningless. “Existential therapy can best be described as a philosophical approach that influences a counselor’s therapeutic practice” (Corey, p. 131). Founders of Existential The

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    Cross Cultural Motivation

    615 words, 3 pages

    Cross-Cultural Communication The part where we want to focus on this research is how people communicate and do business internationally, how the differences in the culture can impact a negotiation and the business relationship. First is what she calls "cognitive constraints." These are the frames of reference or worldviews that provide a backdrop that all new information is compared to or inserted into. Second are "behavior constraints." Each culture has its own rules about proper behavior, which affect verbal and nonverbal communication. Whether one looks the other person in the eye-

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