Thursday, July 13, 2017

Quick Quiz: Person-Centered Therapy Mad Lib

Another day, another social work licensing exam prep mad lib. Here's a paragraph pulled from Wikipedia's entry about person-centered therapy. Your task, should you accept it, is to fill in the blanks. And...go!

Person-centered therapy is a form of psychotherapy developed by psychologist [Name] beginning in the [Decade]. Person-centered therapy seeks to facilitate a client's self-actualizing tendency, "an inbuilt proclivity toward growth and fulfillment", via [Condition #1], [Condition #2], and [Condition #3].

This is slightly more lively way of asking, who developed person-centered therapy, when, and what are the three primary conditions of the therapist-client relationship suggested by the theory?

Do you know? Check your answers--and get lots more info about the approach--via Wikipedia.

For questions about person-centered therapy and lots, lots, lots more, try SWTP's practice tests.

Happy studying and good luck on the exam!

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