Chapter 13 Outline (1) - Methods of Therapy Chapter 13...

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Methods of Therapy: Chapter 13 History of Treatment -early conception of mental disorders- demons -“treatments”- punishment - exorcism - death by hanging or burning - hot/cold treatment Asylums (1567)- a place to store not treat the mentally ill Mental Hospitals-1950’s involuntary institutionalization Community mental health (1960s) –psychotherapy Current Treatment Therapy (nowadays): Psychotherapy- an interaction btw a therapist and a client that applies psychological principles to affect the clients thoughts, feelings and or behaviors Who Provides Therapy? M.D. -Psychiatrist- prescribes medication Ph.D. - Counseling or clinical Psychologist Masters levels - licensed clinical social worker - marriage and family therapist - religious/pastoral Psychodynamic Therapy: Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Psychological problems - early childhoon
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- internal conflicts Internal Conflicts Id- pleasure principle Ego- reality principle Superego- moral principle Psychoanalysis – Goals: Gain insight into conflict Identify unconscious thoughts
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