Key Therapy Terms - Cognitive Behavior Therapy(Aaron Beck...

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Key  Therapy  Terms (Chapter 11) Psychoanalysis (Sigmund Freud): id, ego, superego defense mechanisms: repression, rationalization,  displacement, projection, regression free association, resistance, transference Humanistic Therapies (Carl Rogers) Client-Centered therapy, self-concept Gestalt therapy, holistic Behavior Therapies exposure, systematic desensitization token economies, modeling Cognitive Therapies Rational-Emotive Therapy (Albert Ellis)
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Unformatted text preview: Cognitive Behavior Therapy (Aaron Beck) ♦ Group Therapies Couples Therapy: equity perceptions, faulty communication Family Therapy: systems theory, criticism, hostility, emotional overinvolvement ♦ Biological Therapies: drugs, ECT, psychosurgery ♦ Why does psychotherapy work? the therapeutic alliance personal control, self-efficacy, relatedness...
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  • Spring '08
  • Key Therapy Terms, communication Family Therapy, desensitization token economies, self­concept Gestalt therapy, transference Client­Centered therapy, regression free association

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