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Role Play Handbook

Role Play Handbook

  • Author : Brandi Roth, Ph.D and Carleen Glasser, M.A.
  • Pub. Date : January 2005
  • Format : Soft Back
  • Pages : 145
  • Price : $20

Understanding and Teaching the New Reality Therapy- Counseling with Choice Theory Through Role-Play

by Brandi Roth, Ph.D and Carleen Glasser, M.A.

This handbook is an international guide to teaching Role-Play strategies in any scenario. Role-Play is central to facilitating and using Choice Theory Psychology: The New Reality Therapy in counseling, in lead management, and in the classroom. Chapters include tools for ethical procedures, positive feedback, and personal effectiveness through self-evaluation. Relationship building activities using role-plays are included. This book is filled with excellent handouts to use.

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“Clients avoid difficult conversations. It is challenging to sort through thoughts about difficult topics, feelings, or actions. It is easier for the client to avoid them or to ignore them. Avoiding topics can lead to misunderstandings, unnecessary worries or behaviors that result in unhappy relationships. Role-play practice provides a safe vehicle to rehearse approaches to resolution and to practice facing dilemmas. Practicing thinking and feeling can lead clients toward an action plan.” – Brandi Roth, Ph.D. and Carleen Glasser, M.A.

Category : Counseling