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Basic Intensive Week: Training Module 1: Cost: €395
Courses run subject to a minimum/maximum of 6/12 participants.
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Just published in English,”Reality Therapy: Theory & Practice” makes a fascinating read both for those already familiar with Reality Therapy and for newcomers. The authors go beyond the basics of Glasser’s ideas and give new perspectives to the core concepts of Choice Theory. The book deals with a range of topics such as relationships, personality and personal well-being, giving the unique RT perspective on these. There are also many scripted examples of counsellor/client interactions and some interesting comparisons with other therapeutic approaches. The authors are Boba Lojk and her late husband Leon Lojk. Completion of the book became a labour of love for Boba after Leon passed away in 2014.
The book has 200 pages and is available in Slovenian, Croatian and English. As soon as this becomes available to buy, we will provide the information here.
New situations invite new strategies and that is exactly what the Alethea centre in Dublin has done during the coronavirus crisis. Under the leadership of Norah Finn, she and her staff members have put together a series of online videos to introduce Choice Theory psychology to children.
You can visit the site here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/AletheaServices/ and you will find the first videos dated about four weeks ago. The series involved a short video each day for children and their locked down parents, with tasks built in to demonstrate Choice Theory ideas, and then a follow-up short input every evening.
Norah is a faculty member of William Glasser International and the Alethea centre relies heavily on Choice Theory psychology.
One of the interesting developments arising out of the world-wide virus crisis is the increase in the use of video-conferencing technology.
On Wednesday 6th May, our Russian faculty member, Sergey Bogolepov, had a meeting with some of his students and invited Brian Lennon to attend. In spite of the language barrier an exchange of ideas was possible thanks to Sergey’s interpreting. The questions were probing and the level of motivation of the group was impressive. But then what can you expect from the country of Lev Vygotsky?