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Psych Notes - Chapter 15 (Balliet)

Psych Notes - Chapter 15 (Balliet) - Chapter 15 Difference...

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Chapter 15 Difference between traditional psychotherapy and brief psychodynamic therapy- o Psychotherapy- intense rebuilding of patient, meeting 5 times a week for 5 years or more o BPT- faster approach through figuring out maladaptive piece and rebuilding those things as well as relationships. Interpersonal Therapy- focuses almost exclusively on clients’ current relationships with important people in their lives Client-Centered Therapy- Carl Rogers (1959-1980) o Unconditional Positive Regard- communicated when the therapist shows that he or she genuinely cares about and accepts the client, without judgment or evaluation o Empathy- the willingness and ability to view the world through the clients’ eyes o Genuineness- refers to consistency between the way the therapist feels and the way he or she behaves Humanistic Approach-different from psychodynamic because of the fact that it centers around the patient and how best to solve their problem, instead of treating to patient more like an experiment Cognitive Therapies in book- o Ellis’s rational-emotive therapy- ABCD model A stands for activating the event that triggers the emotion
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