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Therapies Overview Insight Therapies What are the basic techniques of psychoanalysis, and how are they used to help patients? What are the role and the goal of the therapist in person-centered therapy? What is the major emphasis of Gestalt therapy? Relationship Therapies What problems commonly associated with major depression does interpersonal therapy focus on? What is the goal of family therapy? What are some advantages of group therapy?
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Therapies Overview Behavior Therapies How do behavior therapist modify clients’ problematic behavior? What behavior therapies are based on classical conditioning? How does participant modeling help people overcome their fears? Cognitive Therapies What is the aim of rational-emotive therapy? How does Beck’s cognitive therapy help people overcome depression and panic disorder?
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Therapies Overview Biological Therapies What are the advantages and disadvantages of using drugs to treat psychological disorders? What is electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) used for? What is psychosurgery, and for what problem is it used? Evaluating Therapies What therapy, if any, is most effective in treating psychological disorders? Culturally and Gender-Sensitive Therapy What characterizes culturally sensitive and gender- sensitive therapy?
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_____________________ Any type of approach that uses psychological rather than biological means to treat psychological disorders __________________ Approaches to _____________ based on the notion that psychological well-being depends on self- understanding Of one’s own thoughts, emotions, motives, behavior, and coping mechanisms _______________________ Attempt to uncover childhood experiences that are thought to explain a patient’s current difficulties Psychoanalysis Freud’s first psychodynamic therapy Uses free association, dream analysis, and transference
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Psychodynamic Therapies ________________ A technique used to explore the ___________ by having patients reveal whatever thoughts, feelings, or images come to mind The analyst pieces together the free-flowing associations, explaining their meanings Helps the patient gain insight into troubling thoughts and behaviors Resistance When a patient avoids revealing certain painful or embarrassing thoughts » Halting speech, “forgetting appointments”, or arriving late ______________ Areas of repressed emotional concerns expressed ____________ in dreams
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Psychodynamic Therapies ______________ An emotional reaction that occurs during psychoanalysis The patient displays feelings and attitudes toward the analyst that were present in another significant relationship Freud believed it an ___________ part of therapy Patient could relive troubling experiences from the past with the analyst as a parent substitute Aids in resolving any hidden conflicts _________ Psychodynamic therapy
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course PSY 120 taught by Professor Grandrud during the Spring '08 term at N. Colorado.

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Ch 13 Blank - Therapies Overview Insight Therapies What are...

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