April 8-treatment - Psychotherapy QuickTime and a...

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Psychoanalysis The first formal  psychotherapy to emerge was  psychoanalysis developed by  Sigmund Freud.  Sigmund Freud's famous couch QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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Psychoanalysis: Methods During free association, the patient edits his thoughts to resist his  feelings and to express his emotions. Such  resistance  becomes  important in the analysis of conflict-driven anxiety. Eventually the patient opens up and reveals his  innermost private thoughts to the therapist,  developing positive or negative feelings  ( transference ) towards him.
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Psychoanalysis: Criticisms 1. Psychoanalysis is hard to refute because it cannot be  proven or disproven. 2. Psychoanalysis takes a long time and is very  expensive.
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Psychodynamic Therapies Expanded on Freud’s  theories, uses similar  techniques QuickTimeø and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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Humanistic Therapies Humanistic therapists  aims to boost self- fulfillment by helping people grow in self- awareness and self-acceptance. QuickTime ø and a TIFF (Uncompressed) dec are needed to see this
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Person-Centered Therapy Developed by Carl Rogers, person-centered therapy is a  form of humanistic therapy. The therapist listens to the needs of the patient in an  accepting and non-judgmental way, addressing his  problems in a productive way and building his or her  self-esteem.
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Humanistic Therapy The therapist engages in 
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