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CNL-500 Topic 2: Classical Theory Comparison Worksheet
Directions:Compare the three theories by answering the questions listed below for each theory as indicated. For the first two questions in the table, each theory should include a 75-100-word explanation. Include a minimum of two scholarly resources for each theory (total of sixresources) in addition to the course textbook and include in-text citations when appropriate.Include a full APA formatted reference for the sources used below.
|Explain the goals for therapy from each theoretical orientation. (75-100 words each)|
|Identify at least two techniques for each theory and the benefit to the client. (75-100 words each)||Technique 1: Technique 2: Benefit to the Client:||Technique 1: Technique 2: Benefit to the Client:||Technique 1: Technique 2: Benefit to the Client:|
|List the stages of counseling and how long it would take to complete the process.|
|List the counselor’s and client’s roles.||Counselor’s Roles: Client’s Roles:||Counselor’s Roles: Client’s Roles:||Counselor’s Roles: Client’s Roles:|
|List the three qualities of a healthy person for each theory.||1.2.3.||1.2.3.||1.2.3.|
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