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1. Why do we still study this Cocaine-tootin’ crackpot? (take one) 2. What was Freud’s background? Why did he study the mind? 3. What context was Freud working in? 4. What is Freud’s model of personality development? 5. What’s Freud’s philosophy of human nature? 6. What was Freud’s model of psychotherapy? 7. What innovations to the treatment of psychiatric patients did Freud institute? 8. What organization did Freud start and who was in it? 9. Why do we still study this Cocaine-tootin’ crackpot? (take two) Erikson’s Developmental Stages 1. Why should you know these? 2. How are they different from Freud’s?
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Unformatted text preview: 3. How are they the same? 4. What does Erikon imply about adolescent and adult human problems and ability to change? Object Relations Theory – Margaret Mahler, et al. 1. What’s an Object? Why/how do we relate to objects? 2. Why/when are relationships to objects important? 3. What’s the therapeutic alliance? (as described by object relations theory) 4. How does resistance play in? 5. What do Object Relations (O/R) people try to assess in clients? 6. How do O/R people intervene with clients? 7. 3 important contribution from Object Relations theorists:...
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