Re-Introducing Values Clarification

In the 1960s, about the same time Albert Ellis developed his original cognitive-behavioural therapy approach, William Glasser was developing his reality therapy.

Glasser reality therapy focused on a cognitive behavioural approach that evolved into a Choice Theory.

Meanwhile, an educator named Louis Raths also developed a new affective-cognitive-behavioural counselling approach that called “values clarification.”

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