Using Reality Therapy in Schools: Its Potential Impact on the Effectiveness of the ASCA National Model
The primary purpose of this manuscript is to examine the application of Reality Therapy in schools. The basic components of the American School Counseling Association's National Model and also the core tenets of Reality Therapy are reviewed in terms of pertinent literature. This is followed by a focus on the delivery system national model. Lastly, specific emphasis will be placedon the potential impact Reality Therapy can have on student academic achievement, personal/social development, and career decision-making skills when applied to each program component.
Student Counseling and Personnel Services
Recommended Repository Citation
Mason, Dr. Cynthia Palmer and Duba, Dr. Jill D.. (2009). Using Reality Therapy in Schools: Its Potential Impact on the Effectiveness of the ASCA National Model. International Journal of Reality Therapy, 29 (2), 5-12.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/csa_fac_pub/33
The definitive version of this article appears in International Journal of Reality Therapy, v.29, no.2 (Fall 2009): 5-12.