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Unformatted text preview: 12-6 TherapiesBeck’s cognitive therapy- Treats depression. Tells the client about logical errors in thinking and challenges them. Combines cognitive and behavioral techniques. Self efficacy and self instruction are used in this approach.active listening- Person listens while client uses reflexive speech.reflective speech- A technique In which the therapist mirrors the clients own feelings back to the client. Invovled in client centered therapy. Therapist enters intensely personal relationship with client.antianxiety drugs and effects- Known as tranquilizers. Reduce anxiety by making the individual calmer and less excitable.antidepressant drugs and effects- Drugs that regulate mood.antipsychotic drugs and effects-Powerful drugs that diminish agitated behavior; reduce tension, decrease hallucinations, improve social behavior, and produce better sleep patterns in people who have severe psychological disorder, especially schizophrenia....
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