Phenomenolgical Theory Research Paper

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DISCUSSION OF PHENOMENOLOGICAL THEORY AND BEHVAIORAL THEORIES 1

Discussion of Phenomenological Theory and Behavioral Theories, why they are appealing, and the possiable limitations in practice that might occur if we were limited to just the two theroies.
Noney M. Martin
Columbia College University

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Noney M. Martin, Human Services 250 Working With Individuals, Columbia College
Columbia College Moberly, Mo 101 College Ave #231 65270
Contact: nmdmartin2@cougars.ccis.edu

DISCUSSION OF PHENOMENOLOGICAL THEORY AND BEHAVIORAL THEORIES 2
Abstract
This paper explores the phenomenological and behavioral theroies, and the discussion of the possoable limitations in practive that may occure if helpers were limited to just the
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So how do we as helpers know which therory we want to use for the certin situation that is at hand. That can be a very difficult question to answer at times althoughat the same time simple. When helpers come across a “formal” theory of human behavior such as congnitive behavior theory or a systemic theory helpers tend to believe or follow theories that folow
DISCUSSION OF PHENOMENOLGICAL THEORY AND BEHAVIOR THEORIES
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If we as helpers believe that a clients is acting on their present every day life situatuon due to what has happened in their past, we as helpers will be more interested in practing a theory that empasises in helping that client with their past experiences. The main point of Freuds Theory “Phenomenolgical Theory” is to deal with the structure of the clients personality. According to Freud, a human beings personality is made up of three distrinct structure, id, ego and superego found on page (120) of the “Okun/Kantrowitz” text in the book “Hums 250 Working with individuals Columbia College Edition.” The id is though as the clietns “primal urges' things like fufilling the need to eat, sleep and gass on genes to future generations. The main concern of the id for the client to to get immediate gratificate, the id is also located in the unconscious part of the clients mind set. At the infant stace is when the id-driven mindset begins. The reason this mind set begins in the infant stage is due to the fact that babies “infants” are in the stage of their lives where their highest basic needs need to be met inorder for them to be happy and properly develop into healthy human beings. As human beings we all have certin basic needs, some of these needs include things such as love,security, feeling of belonging, and self assertiveness. When we are not able to obtain these needs or are not meeting these needs
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