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Reality Therapy: William Glasser (Masters Level)

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Topic: A main idea in William Glasser's Reality Therapy is that clients know if their behavior has been successful or unsuccessful in helping them get what what they want in life. Explore this idea as a form of client assessment and describe its strengths and weaknesses.

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This solution explores the main idea in William Glasser's Reality Therapy: that clients know if their behavior has been successful or unsuccessful in helping them get what what they want in life, in terms of a form of client assessment and describes its strengths and weaknesses. References are provided, as well as two supporting articles on Reality Therapy.

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