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  Psych325/HD370 Introduction to Adult Psychopathology
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Psychodynamic Formulation,  Cognitive therapy of Schizophrenia, Psych 325 Lecture 27 4/29/08
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Today’s Lecture  1. Psychodynamic Case: Liza (cont’d) Intervention with people suffering from  Schizophrenia 1. Schema Therapy his mother
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Universal Psychotherapy Components 1) Forming the Alliance Listening, making connections, demonstrating empathy,  and also strength 1) Setting Goals Either explicitly or through wished-for versions of the  future 3)   Creating an Interpersonal Space Putting the focus on the patience, the use of silence,  speaking to the patient’s emotional experience 4)  Interpreting what the patient does/doesn’t know Questioning, Clarifying, Confronting, Interpreting
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Schools of Psychotherapy Psychoanalysis Projection Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy      Transference Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Associations to the  Past Behavior Therapy Behavior Change Ratio-Emotive Therapy Rational Solutions Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Homework Cognitive-Affective Therapy Core Schemas Group Psychotherapy Group Identity Family Psychotherapy     Interpersonal Process Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Mindfulness
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Psychodynamic TX: The Patient Discourse  (what is  spoken) What’s going on … Chit-Chat/defensive stories Future Goals Conscious Conflicts Events from the Past Friendships  Romantic Relationships Family Relationships Free Associations Dreams Feelings/Thoughts about the therapy Process  (mental experience) Automatic thoughts Visual memories Feelings Anxiety Disavowed thoughts, feelings, wishes  and fears Unspoken feelings about the therapist Internal representations of the self Internal representations of parents Resonance of early life events defenses
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Psychodynamic TX: The Therapist Discourse  (what is spoken) Opening the narrative (“tell me more”) Clarifying questions Demonstrating Empathy Maintaining the Alliance Directing the Patient “inward” Identifying defenses Confronting self-destructive behaviors Interpreting disavowed motives Interpreting disavowed feelings Following associations to dreams Exploring transference feelings Process  (mental experience) Automatic thoughts Visual memories Feelings Anxiety Internal representations of the self Internal representations of parents Resonance of early life events Defenses (acknowledged) Attention to the process of the hour Unspoken feelings about the patient Considering timing and form of  interpretation Attention to the empathy/anxiety gradient
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2011 for the course HD 370 taught by Professor Segal during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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