RCOU 524 ASU Group Counseling Insufficient & Inadequate Efforts Discussion: Science Answers 2021

RCOU 524 ASU Group Counseling Insufficient & Inadequate Efforts Discussion: Science Answers 2021

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Copyright ? 2012 Brooks/Cole, a division of Cengage Learning, Inc.
by Gerald Corey
Eighth Edition ?2012
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Adlerian Group Counseling
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Alfred Adler?s system emphasizes
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the social rather than biological determinants of behavior
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goal directedness, purposeful behavior, self-determination,
and consciousness
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motivation to achieve mastery, fueled by feelings of inferiority
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Alfred Adler?s system emphasizes:
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the individual?s chosen style of living
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personal growth and forward movement rather than
pathology
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a holistic view of the person
This teleological approach is best regarded as an
educational process
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Adlerians attempt to view the world from the client?s
subjective frame of reference
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How life is in reality is less important than how the individual
believes life to be
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Our present interpretation of childhood experiences matters
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One?s subjective view includes beliefs, perceptions, and
conclusions
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The Adlerian approach is socioteleological
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Within a framework of limitations, individuals have a
wide range of choices
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Individuals cannot change the behavior of others
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Individuals have the power to change their own
reactions and attitudes toward others
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Adler?s most significant and distinctive concept
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Attitude toward and awareness of being a part of the human
community
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Mental health is measured by social interest
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Happiness and success are largely related to social
connectedness
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Living entails the courage to face life?s problems
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Inferiority feelings are based on our assessment that
is subjective, global, and judgmental
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Sense of inferiority is not a negative force
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Basic inferiority is a springboard to master our
environment
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To compensate, we strive for superiority
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Group members are encouraged to talk about
feelings of inferiority
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Adlerians are interested in the family atmosphere
Group members? family constellations are
summarized to help them understand how their
families currently influence their lives
The family constellation is the social configuration of
the family group
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Our lifestyle is the story of our life
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Private logic provides the lenses through which we
view the world
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Our private logic is part of our style of life
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Fictional finalism is the imagined central goal that
gives unity to our personality, p.169
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It is not childhood events that shape us, but our
interpretation of these events
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We can reframe childhood experiences and
consciously create a new style of life
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Adlerians stress an egalitarian and personal
relationship that is collaborative
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Leaders create a structure that promotes open
interaction, involvement, nonjudgmental acceptance,
confrontation, and commitment
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Stage 1: Creating and maintaining good
relationships
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Laying the foundation for cohesiveness and connection
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Creating and maintaining a democratic atmosphere
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Stage 2: Analysis and assessment: Exploring
individual?s dynamics
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Examining the family constellation
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Early recollections as an assessment procedure
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Identifying a pattern of basic mistakes
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Stage 3: Awareness and insight
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Gaining insight is a means to an end
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Interpretation is done in a collaborative way
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Stage 4: Reorientation and reeducation
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This is a time for correcting faulty beliefs about self, life, and
others
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Members are encouraged to act ?as if? they were who they
wanted to be
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Encouragement is essential during this stage
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The most powerful method available for changing a
person?s beliefs
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It helps build self-confidence and stimulates courage
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Through encouragement, members experience their own
inner resources
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Members are encouraged to recognize that they have the
power to choose and to act differently
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This approach lends itself to brief interventions and
time-limited formats
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Adlerian brief therapy is
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concise, deliberate, and direct
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effective and efficient
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focused, planned, and purposeful
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Some key principles:
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Need for rapid establishment of strong therapeutic alliance
and rapid assessment
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Need for clear problem focus and goal alignment
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Active and directive interventions with a focus on the
strengths and abilities of members
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Some key principles:
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A focus on both present and future
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Tailoring treatment to fit the unique needs of each member
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groups can be designed for parents,
teachers, and students
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concepts and techniques are highly
applicable to the work of school counselors
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students may benefit from this approach
due to its strong emphasis on encouragement
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Adlerian theory is well suited to working with
culturally diverse clients
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The approach gives emphasis to the person-in-theenvironment
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Adlerians? interest in social interest, in pursuing
meaning in life, in belonging, and in the collective
spirit fits well with group process
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Adlerian therapy considers multicultural and social
justice issues
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Adlerian group leaders must always assess the
degree of congruence between the values they hold
and the values of their culturally diverse group
members
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Contributions and strengths of the approach
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The use of early recollections as a key to understanding
members? stories
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The holistic and integrative nature of this approach
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The freedom to practice therapy in unique ways
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Contributions and strengths of the approach
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Adlerian concepts have group applications in many settings
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Adlerian ideas are found in many other therapeutic approaches
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Limitations of the approach
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Unless Adlerian group leaders are well trained, they can make
mistakes in interpreting members? dynamics
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The focus on individuality and the premise that change and
responsibility rests with the individual may be problematic for
clients from collectivistic cultures or oppressed clients
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Assignment 3- Due by 5 p.m. on July 2, 2021
Adlerians maintain that each of us has a unique lifestyle, or
personality, that starts to develop in early childhood to
compensate for and overcome some perceived inferiority. How
does this notion apply to you? In what ways have you felt
inferior in the past? Could you interpret what you do currently
as your way to strive for mastery and significance and to
overcome basic inferiority? Please expand.
What would be a good psychodrama for you to enact and why?
Think about a present or past relationship that you?d like to
understand better? From the cohort, who would be your
auxiliary egos (supporting players)? Why would you select this
person or persons as your supporting player(s)? What
psychodrama techniques and procedures would you use and
why?
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