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Part IV: Counseling with Enthusiasm and ... > MRT as a Solution to Human Conflicts

Chapter 35. MRT as a Solution to Human Conflicts

The Mutual Reward Theory (MRT) is based upon a system of somewhat equal rewards between two people. When this occurs, both individuals come out ahead and the relationship between them becomes stronger. Although MRT can be used to build new relationships and strengthen old ones, its best use is to repair or restore impaired relationships. Sometimes, as a counselor, you may have the opportunity to suggest that a counselee might use MRT to solve a relationship conflict. By teaching the MRT idea, you would be giving the counselee a tool they could use to solve their own conflict. In effect, you would be helping the counselee solve her or his problem.

Assume that those in the abbreviated cases that follow are your counselees. Place a check mark opposite those that you feel could make use of MRT.


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