Introduction. Theories of Counseling . Case Conceptualization. Case Conceptualization. Theoretical framework from which to understand or explain a client’s presenting concerns -- symptoms personality characteristics cognitions feelings behaviors . Case Conceptualization.
Theories of Counseling
Leads to specific
Among respondents who at the beginning of therapy felt very poor, at the end felt
44% very good; 54% a lot better
Among respondents who at the beginning of therapy felt fairly poor, at the end 43% felt improved
Rosenzweig (1936) had proposed that “all methods of therapy when competently used are equally successful.”