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Structure of the Book
The Case of Ruth
An Adlerian Therapists Perspective on Ruth
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able accept Adlerian therapy afraid anxiety approach assume aware Background Data basic assumptions become begin behavior therapy behavioral rehearsal beliefs Betty challenge Chapter child childhood Christina client cognitive conflicts continue counseling and psychotherapy counselor deal decide develop direction dream Dubuque early decisions effective encourage evaluation existential Existential therapy expect experiences experiencing explore family constellation father fear feelings focus free-association Gestalt therapy give goals guilt hope insight interpersonal relationships JERRY John listen live look Manny Margaret Mahler marriage Moe's mother parents past patterns person person-centered practice present problems psychoanalytic psychotherapy 3rd Questions for Reflection rational-emotive therapy reactions reality therapy redecision relationship responsibility role Ruth's therapy Sally sessions sexual situations specific Stevic stress talk teach tell themes therapeutic procedures therapeutic process therapist therapist's perspective RUTH things Transactional analysis unconscious understand values Walt