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Theories and Models in Case Management Worksheet
Fill in the table below by identifying major theories and modes used in the field. Be sure to list some of the leading advocates names and key ideas.
Summarize key points of the theory
This theory focuses on the whole person; spiritual, mental, physical, occupation, and overall well-being of that person, in order to make them a happier, healthier person. George Engel proposed this model and it soon became a revolution in how illnesses and behaviors are looked at. http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/education/md/documents/biopsychosocial-model-approach.pdf Congnative Behavioral Counseling
This type of counseling identifies negative perceptions that the offender may have with themselves in order to correct certain behaviors and give the offender a more positive outlook. Aron T. Beck developed this type of counseling through his exstensive research on depression. Hanser, R,. & Mire, S. (2011). Correctional Counseling. Upper Saddle River: NY: Prentice Hall. Strength Based Counseling
This type of counseling focus on what is going right in a persons life instead of what is going wrong. Clients are encouraged to focus on what has gone right in the past and present and what will go right in the future. A negative situation is only a setback, not a total defeat. A major advocate for this model is Martin Seligman http://www.basic-counseling-skills.com/strengths-based.html
Solution Focused Therapy
This type of therapy focuses on the present to devlop solutions to their current issues. It is a goal-driven model to help clients figure out and follow through with making their lives better. Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg are credited with developing this type of therapy. http://www.solutionfocused.net/solutionfocusedtherapy.html
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