PCN107.R.TheoryReviewChart (2).docx - Theory Review Chart Theoretical Framework Psychodynamic 1 Psychoanalysis 2 Analytical Therapy View of Human Nature

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Theory Review Chart Theoretical Framework View of Human Nature Key Theorists Key Terminology Key Concepts Strengths/Weaknes s Therapeutic Techniques Personal View (Does this theory align with your personal view? Why or why not? Psychodynamic 1. Psychoanalysis Deterministic/dynamic: Personalities are framed at a young age due to instincts which determine our behavior. Freud Eros/Thanatos Id/Ego/Superego Oedipus complex Electra complex Freudian slip Denial Disassociation Repression Regression Resistance Suppression Consciousness, preconscious, unconsciousness Drives & instincts Structure of Personality Anxiety Defense Mechanisms Psychosexual stages of development Transference/ Countertransferenc e Effective/most effective for those seeking this treatment and comfortable with traditional Western values Stresses therapeutic Alliance Less effective for disorders such as phobias or focused/goal-setting problems Trusting atmosphere Free association Interpretation of resistance Dream analysis Interpretation of parapraxes Interpretation of transference relationship I think that are personalities begin to blossom at a young age but that as we grow old we decide to type of people we want to be. 2. Analytical Therapy Childhood influences affect our psychology and symptoms represent desire to regain lost parts. Jung Introversion Extraversion Archetypes Collective unconscious Mandala Wholeness Yin/yang Complexes Attitudes Mental Function The Eight types The Psyche Individuation Symbols Synchronicity Theory to which people ascribe Commitment to the client Stresses importance of therapeutic relationship Difficult to measure Dialectical Active imagination Dream analysis Use of Creative techniques Transference/counter transience Interpretation Yes, I believe that all experiences we have as a child mold us into who we are and can determine our mental state.
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3. Individual Psychology Each child’s unique capabilities and personality traits are affected by early experiences and memories of those experiences drive the individual toward his other unique final goal. Adler Art/creative/play Therapy Guided imagery Revenge-seeking Role-playing Uniqueness of the Individual Feelings of inferiority Private logic vs. common sense Compensation Selective final goal Style of life Striving for perfection Social interest Holism Schema of Apperception Birth order Courage Ability to develop Therapeutic Relationship Trust/egalitarian Client hope/expectations Encouragement/pos
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