Reality therapy

 Reality processing (RT) is a way of managing psychotherapy and command. Created by William Glasser in the 1960s, RT contrasts with customary psychiatry, analysis, and clinical model psychotherapy seminars in that it revolves around what Glasser calls authenticity, duty, and good. and the evil of the three Rs of psychiatry, as opposed to the secondary goods of internal problems. Reality processing argues that the existent is passing through a socially inclusive mortality rather than a dysfunctional gesture. It is in the ineffective realization of the essential imperatives that the management of an existing system deviates from the norm.

  • Survival
  • Love and belonging
  • power or achievement
  • Freedom or independence
  • Fun or enjoyment

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