Role-Acting Therapy

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Publisher: Fideli Publishing

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    Role-Acting Therapy is a group process whereby, through prepared scripts, the individual learns a pattern of behavior that is adjustively sound in social situations. An important characteristic of the therapeutic process is that prepared scripts are used. These scripts provide clearly conceived social roles and socially effective role behavior for the client to learn, practice, and “try on for fit.” (12 pp.)

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