Wubbolding, Robert E.; Brickell, John
September 2013
International Journal of Choice Theory & Reality Therapy;Fall2013, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p51
Academic Journal
This article is the third in a series reviewing various resources that apply choice theory and reality therapy. The materials reviewed represent applications to parenting and education. The history reviewed in part one of this series provided the background. The authors present the background again to emphasize the stand-alone nature of each article. Part I reviewed publications on choice theory and drug abuse, student achievement, teaching choice theory and reality therapy to young students as well as a measurement vehicle for assessing need strength. Part II emphasized self-applications, parenting, class meetings and role-play materials. /The authors intend to provide a fourth article reviewing the many writings of Brandi Roth, PhD, psychologist. It will be titled, "The Work of Brandi Roth."


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