Reality therapists believe in the underlying problem of most clients: they are either involved in a present unsatisfying relationship or lack of what could even be called a relationship. Many of the problems of the clients are caused by their inability to connect, to get close to others, or to have a satisfying or successful relationship with atleast one significant person in their lives. The clinical psychologist or therapist guides clients toward a satisfying relationship and teaches them to behave in more effective ways than they are presently behaving. The more clients are able to connect with people, the greater chance they have to experience happiness (Corey, 2009).
Jennifer Francia P. Villanueva, RPm