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Theories and Models in Case Management Worksheet
Fill in the table below by identifying major theories and modes used in the field. Be sure to list some of the leading advocates names and key ideas.
Summarize key points of the theory
Emphases on treating inappropriate behavior by improving relationships with world around them. The client is to form a plan and practice actions that offer a solution to their behavioral issues for present and future references. Created by William Glosser who alleged that inappropriate behavior is something that needs to be address rather than excused because of past occurrences.
Focuses solely on how a person’s emotions effect their behavior. It is the process of identifying and bring awareness to the client in effort to change the way they react to emotions thus altering their behavior. The client has to be willing to participate and set goals to improve behavior. A leading advocat of Behavior Therapy is Joseph Wolpe. Morris, T. (2005). Behavior therapy. In M. Hersen, J. Rosqvist, A. Gross, R. Drabman, G. Sugai, & R. Horner (Eds.), Encyclopedia of behavior modification and cognitive behavior therapy: Volume 1: Adult clinical applications volume 2: Child clinical applications volume 3: Educational applications. (Vol. 2, pp. 699-705). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: http://dx.doi.org.contentproxy.phoenix.edu/10.4135/9781412950534.n2013
Focuses on stimulating responsiveness to live as it is presently occurring rather than the past or indefinite prospect.Works on improving or restoring the clients ability to react appropriately to the environment in which they in “contact” with. Leading advocates are Frederick Perls and Laura Perls. Rosenfeld, E. (1978). An oral history of Gestalt therapy: I. A conversation with Laura Perls. Gestalt Journal. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy...
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