Reflect on the theories covered within the course (Psychoanalytic

Reflect on the theories covered within the course (Psychoanalytic, Adlerian, Existential, Person-Centered, Gestalt, Behavior, Cognitive Behavior, Choice/Reality, Feminist, Family Systems). Choose one theory that you align with most or find most interesting. Here is what needs to be included in the paper:

Reflect on the theories covered within the course (Psychoanalytic

Reflect on the theories covered within the course (Psychoanalytic, Adlerian, Existential, Person-Centered, Gestalt, Behavior, Cognitive Behavior, Choice/Reality, Feminist, Family Systems). Choose one theory that you align with most or find most interesting. Here is what needs to be included in the paper:

Firstly, Brief history of the theory and its concepts as well as its founder

Secondly,The therapeutic process and techniques/procedures used within therapy

Thirdly,  Interesting aspects/facts of the theory

Fourthly, What disorders is this therapy most successful with

Further, What draws you to this type of therapy?

Lastly, How does this theory align with your own beliefs about human nature?

The paper should include at least 5 – 6 pages of content (that does not include the title page, abstract page, and references list). The paper must be in 6th Edition APA format with a minimum of 5 peer review ed journal articles as references and 8 total references. Internet websites are acceptable if they have an institutional origin (such as a University).

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What are the key concepts of Adlerian Theory?

The main concepts of Adler’s theory are social interest, holism, lifestyle, goals or directionality and equality. Adler emphasized the importance of childhood inferiority feelings and stressed psychosocial rather than psychosexual development. According to Adler, all people develop a feeling of inferiority.

What does adlerian therapy treat?

Because Adlerian therapy focuses on the goal-oriented nature of humans and the belief that humans are born feeling inferior, it can be useful in treating personality disorders which are linked to feelings of inferiority, such as social anxiety.

What is the main goal of person centered therapy?

In personcentered therapy, the focus is on the person, not the problem. Additionally, the goal is for the client to achieve greater independence. This will allow the client to better cope with any current and future problems they may face. 

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