Audience: Adults | Published: 2002
Ideally, therapy should be a rewarding experience where a person can focus on personal issues. However, may who enter therapy choose to “play the game” focusing on how quickly they can complete it and get out. Michael Johnson talks to the group about the various games they play in therapy.
He addresses denial, attitude, anger, blame and identifying your true self. He provides strategies for helping the viewer understand the value of therapy by exploring where they have been and how they got there.
FMS Product No: 04720