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Chapter 13 Therapy
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Therapists Clinical Psychologists Ph.D., research, internship Clinical or psychiatric social workers M.S., postgraduate supervision Counselors Pastoral Abuse Psychiatrists M.D., can prescribe medication
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Psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud Resolving internal conflicts Sex Aggression Slow & expensive
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Psychoanalytic Techniques 1. Free Association 2. Dream Analysis 3. Resistances 4. Transferences *Interpretation by therapist
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Free Association Say what comes to mind Lower defenses so unconscious material is brought to surface
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Dream Analysis “road to the unconscious” Latent content – symbolic meaning Manifest content - obvious meaning
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Resistance Avoiding topics Important unconscious conflicts
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Transference Patient’s transfer of feelings linked with other relationships Repeat patterns of interaction
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The therapist’s interpretations help the patient gain insight into their repressed feelings
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Psychodynamic Therapy Based on psychoanalysis Understand current problems by exploring childhood experiences
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Humanistic Therapies Emphasize potential for self-fulfillment
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2008 for the course PSYC 110 taught by Professor Delanger during the Spring '06 term at University of Tennessee.

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