Rich and Schroeder (1976), conclude that all the training that they orchestrate to develop the assertive conduct, must anticipate the acquisition, reproduction, moldeamiento and fortification, cognitive reconstruction and transference of this conduct to the real life. Other authors who have contributed in direct or indirect form to the techniques used at the moment in the assertive training, between which we mentioned next: – Brown J.L., (1946-1955), Founder of the Psicodrama, that implies the dramatisation in scene of the attitudes and conflicts of the real life of the participant, accentuating spontaneity and the improvisation, elements that it emphasized Salter. The Psicodrama is similar to the conduct test, particular type of role-playing, one of the main assertive techniques of Wolpe. – G. Kelly., (1955), contributes with the practices of the assertive training with the therapy of the Fixed Roll, in which the therapist composes frequently with the aid of the client, a short drama that includes the landlords of wished conduct. This therapy keeps similarity with the technique already mentioned and used in assertive training: Test and conduct. It is important to take into account the following aspects before applying a program for assertive training: 1. – As a result of the confusion that usually becomes enters aggressive conduct and assertive conduct, it is necessary that one settles down the limits between both forms of behavior.

2. – Since many people stop expressing opinions, feelings, criteria, etc., under the pretext to fulfill a norm social, ignoring their deficiency of abilities to do it, become necessary that it is understood for want of assertiveness. 3. – When developing a program of assertive training, is necessary to consider the meaning that they can have the cognitive and affective factors in the manifestation of assertive conducts. 4. – The training in assertiveness requires of good creation of structured situations, in which direct experiences are put in practice.