Connecting the World with Choice Theory.
Promote education, application, and development of Choice theory psychology in areas of mental health, relationships, education and leadership. Support trainers and practitioners to educate and stimulate scientific and applied professional research in the Arabian Society.
Sheikha Fajer Al Khalifa
• First Bahraini certified Faculty practitioner in “Choice Theory, Reality Therapy and lead Management” (CTRTLM) and actively involved since the last five years.
• Recipient of several awards, including awards from HRH the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
• Participated in Art Exhibitions in Bahrain and abroad, one of which was a private exhibition held in London under the patronage of HRH Sheikh Abdulla bin Hamad Al Khalifa. and HRH Prince Andrew.
• Received a certificate of appreciation from Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth.
Sh. Fajer’s vision is not only to introduce CTRTLM to the Bahraini society, but also to Schools, Psychological Centres and Social Non Profit Organizations.
Dr. William Glasser
Born in 1925 and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. Glasser is an internationally recognized psychiatrist who is best known as the creator of Choice Theory and author of Reality Therapy, a method of psychotherapy he created in 1965 and that is now taught all over the world.
In 1967, he founded The Institute for Reality Therapy. Since that time, over 75,000 people worldwide have taken Intensive Training. They have discovered that by using choice theory, their personal relationships have improved as well.
In April 2013, William Glasser International (WGI) was authorized and recognized by Dr. William Glasser as the official international organization for Choice Theory, Reality Therapy, Lead Management, Glasser Quality Schools and other applications of Choice theory psychology. Presently, every country that is a Glasser Member Organization can have a representative on the International Board.
Glasser has over 25 books to his credit.
Dr. Glasser passed away on 23rd August 2013 in his Los Angeles home.
William Glasser Institute