JOURNAL OF COUNSELING AND DEVELOPMENT
The authors propose an integration of relational-cultural theory and reality therapy. The authors contend that the traditional assumptions of reality therapy are consistent with the relational aspects of relational-cultural theory and together provide a culturally responsive approach for diverse clients. The authors also include an overview of the 2 theories as well as highlight the convergences and divergences. In addition, the authors present a case illustration depicting the integration method in practice.
Haskins, Natoya Hill and Appling, Brandee, Relational-Cultural Theory and Reality Therapy: A Culturally Responsive Integrative Framework (2017).