by Robert Wubbolding, EdD
Through the use of a series of strategic questions, Dr. Wubbolding guides his young clients through a process of self-evaluation and priority clarification.
Watch reality therapist Robert Wubbolding in an actual counseling session with a 15-year old boy.
World-renowned reality therapist Robert Wubbolding demonstrates how his sensible, straightforward approach is equally effective with children as it is with adults. Through the use of a series of strategic questions, Dr. Wubbolding guides his young clients through a process of self-evaluation and priority clarification. In this video, see him help a typical teenage boy develop motivation and a plan of action to improve his grades at school, and increase the boy’s commitment to his algebra homework. Jon Carlson and Don Keat introduce Dr. Wubbolding, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of the model.
From watching this video you will:
- Develop an understanding of the key concepts of reality therapy with children, including helping them enhance their relationships with others and getting their needs met for belonging, power, freedom and fun.
Gain insight into Dr. Wubbolding’s therapy style and how he helps his clients increase their self-awareness and internal locus of control.
Learn how to ask strategic questions to elicit client self-evaluation in your own therapeutic work with children.
Robert Wubbolding, EdD is Professor of Counseling at Xavier University, Director of the Center for Reality Therapy in Cincinnati and Senior Faculty at the William Glasser Institute in Los Angeles. He has published 125 articles and book chapters, ten books and seven videos on reality therapy, and has taught reality therapy and choice theory all over the world.
DVD 1 hrs. 41 min.