They are united by an emphasis on understanding human experience and a focus on the client rather than the symptom.
Apartheid legislation NP leaders argued that South Africa did not comprise a single nation, but was made up of four distinct racial groups: Such groups were split into 13 nations or racial federations. White people encompassed the English and Afrikaans language groups; the black populace was divided into ten such groups.
The state passed laws that paved the way for "grand apartheid", which was centred on separating races on a large scale, by compelling people to live in separate places defined by race.
This strategy was in part adopted from "left-over" British rule that separated different racial groups after they took control of the Boer republics in the Anglo-Boer war. This created the black-only "townships" or "locations", where blacks were relocated to their own towns.
In addition, "petty apartheid" laws were passed.
The principal apartheid laws were as follows. This Act put an end to diverse areas and determined where one lived according to race. Each race was allotted its own area, which was used in later years as a basis of forced removal. Under the Reservation of Separate Amenities Act ofmunicipal grounds could be reserved for a particular race, creating, among other things, separate beaches, buses, hospitals, schools and universities.
Signboards such as "whites only" applied to public areas, even including park benches. The Suppression of Communism Act of banned any party subscribing to Communism. The act defined Communism and its aims so sweepingly that anyone who opposed government policy risked being labelled as a Communist.
Since the law specifically stated that Communism aimed to disrupt racial harmony, it was frequently used to gag opposition to apartheid. Disorderly gatherings were banned, as were certain organisations that were deemed threatening to the government.
Education was segregated by the Bantu Education Actwhich crafted a separate system of education for black South African students and was designed to prepare black people for lives as a labouring class.
Existing universities were not permitted to enroll new black students. The Afrikaans Medium Decree of required the use of Afrikaans and English on an equal basis in high schools outside the homelands. So-called "self—governing Bantu units" were proposed, which would have devolved administrative powers, with the promise later of autonomy and self-government.
It also abolished the seats of white representatives of black South Africans and removed from the rolls the few blacks still qualified to vote. The Bantu Investment Corporation Act of set up a mechanism to transfer capital to the homelands to create employment there.
Legislation of allowed the government to stop industrial development in "white" cities and redirect such development to the "homelands".CBT & Person Centred Therapy – Towards an Integrated Approach.
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Application: Person-Centered Therapy—Case Conceptualization As you learned in your readings this week, person-centered therapy is a unique school of thought that provides a positive frame for working with clients to make changes in their lives or address problems that arise.
Effectiveness of cognitive-behavioural, person-centred and psychodynamic therapies as practised in UK National Health Service settings Article (PDF Available) in Psychological Medicine 36(4) British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, Vol.
27, No. 2, Exploring the similarities and differences between person-centred and psychodynamic therapy IAN R. OWEN Division of Psychology, University of Wolverhampton, Wuljkna Street, Wolverhampton WVl 1 SB, UK ABSTRACT Person-centred therapy is compared to the psychodynamic .
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