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HT026 – Reflecting As If (RAI): Adler and Constructivists Unite
Dr. Richard E. Watts
Speaker: Richard E. Watts, Ph.D., LPC-S is the Distinguished Professor and Director of the Center for Research and Doctoral Studies in Counselor Education, Department of Educational Leadership & Counseling at Sam Houston State University. He is also a Diplomate in Adlerian Psychology, North American Society for Adlerian Psychology; Editor, Counseling and Values, Journal of the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, & Religious Values in Counseling; Fellow of the American Counseling Association; and President-elect, North American Society for Adlerian Psychology. Dr. Watts is the author of over 115 scholarly publications including 86 journal articles and book chapters and 5 books.
Among other things, Rebecca Daniel-Burke asks the following questions:
- Before you discuss it in detail, can you give me a brief definition of RAI?
- What are the theoretical foundations of RAI?
- What was the process by which you came up with the RAI procedure?
- Can you explain for listeners the specific steps for using RAI with a client?
- What do you do if a client has difficulty coming up with “as if” behaviors for the list?
- What other applications of RAI have you developed?
- Could you share a brief case study discussing how RAI might work with clients?
- How does RAI fit within the evidence based climate so common in today's counseling?
- Where can listeners go to read more about Reflecting As If?
Running time: 52:25
Date Recorded: 6/28/2011