Using the Theories Conceptualization template will complete the info provided in each template for each of the twelve theories presented in your course textbook. You may use your textbook, the Internet, articles, books, etc. for this assignment. There are 12 templates in LiveText—one for each theory. Read the assignment instructions sheet and rubric carefully.
Include the components noted below for each theory in your responses in the format provided and follow the rubric carefully when completing this assignment.
Textbook: Corey, G. (2012). Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy 9th.
Key Concepts for each Theory (to be covered in “Key Concepts” of Theories Conceptualization Template):
Psychoanalytic: structure of personality, ego defense mechanisms, Freud’s psychosexual stages, Erickson’s psychosocial stages.
Adlerian: subjective perceptions of reality, birth order, sibling relationships, patterns of personality.
Existential: anxiety, freedom and responsibility, striving for identity and relationship with others, search for meaning, capacity for self-awareness, awareness of death and nonbeing.
Person-centered: self-concept, core conditions in counselor-client relationship, client’s subjective experience, importance of empathy, emotion-focused therapy.
Gestalt: experiments, role of confrontation, use of language, the now, unfinished business, energy and blocks to energy.
Behavior: classical and operant conditioning, learning theory, modeling, multimodal therapy, assertion and relaxation training, systematic desensitization, exposure methods.
Cognitive Behavioral: REBT, A-B-C Framework, Beck’s Cognitive Therapy, Meichenbaum’s behavior modification, Constructivist approach, stress inoculation training.
Realty: choice theory, WDEP system, the present, direction and doing, planning and action, self-evaluation.
Feminist: principles of feminist psychology, traditional roles for women, role of men.
Solution-focused: looking for what is working, positive psychology, basic assumptions.
Narrative: role of stories, listening with an open mind.
Family Systems: differences between systems and individual approaches, summary of primary family systems approaches (i.e., structural-strategic, experiential, multigenerational, human validation process model, and Adlerian).