LTeegarden_TheoryReviewChart (1).docx - Lynn Teegarden PCN 107 Theory Review Chart Theoretical Framework Psychodynamic 1 Psychoanalysis View of Human

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Lynn Teegarden PCN 107 Theory Review Chart Theoretical Framework View of Human Nature Key Theorists Key Terminology Key Concepts Strengths/Weakness Therapeutic Techniques Personal View (Does this theory align with your personal view? Why or why not? Psychodynamic 1. Psychoanalysis According to Sigmund Freud, our behavior is determined by irrational forces (Corey, 2017). Instincts serve as “…the purpose of the survival of the individual and the human race; they are oriented toward growth, development, and creativity” (Corey, 2017) otherwise known as life instincts. Death instincts, on the other hand, seem to manifest through an aggressive drive Sigmund Freud, Erik Erikson Ego defense mechanisms, resistance, latent content, manifest content, superego, id, ego, dream work, transference, countertransference Personality development is based on the integration of the stages of psychosexual development. Anxiety is a repression of conflict. Unconscious processes are relevant to current behavior Stunted/faulty personality development is the result of an unresolved stage of psychosexual development. Strengths: Can be made appropriate for culturally diverse populations, therapists can recognize and address their own views of potential bias, prejudices, or racial/ethnic stereotypes Weaknesses: Most psychoanalytic approaches are ambiguous which can be problematic for those that expect direction, can also be a costly experience, and could conflict with a client’s environmental/social perspective. Interpretation and dream analysis, free association, resistance analysis, and transference. The Freudian theory, while reputable, does not accurately reflect my personal view on personality development. While I find merit in his theory, I do not hold the belief that all human nature is motivated by is the fulfillment of sexual desires. I will not dismiss that sexuality can factor into development, but it is not the primary motivator.
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Lynn Teegarden PCN 107 to hurt themselves or others or as a wish to die. The goal is to achieve pleasure, avoid pain. 2. Analytical Therapy Combines ideas and concepts about human nature through history, mythology, anthropology, and religion. Human nature is about creating balance and moving toward the fulfillment of all their capabilities.
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