PCN107.R.TheoryReviewChart (David Ron).docx - David Ron PCN-107 Professor Bach-Starling March 1 2019 Theory Review Chart Theoretical Framework

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David Ron PCN-107 Professor Bach-Starling March 1, 2019 Theory Review Chart Theoretical Framework View of Human Nature Key Theorist s Key Terminology Key Concepts Strengths/Weakness Therapeutic Techniques Personal View (Does this theory align with your personal view? Why or why not? Psychodynamic 1. Psychoanalysi s Deterministic Behavior is determined by irrational forces, unconscious motivations, and biological and instinctual drives (Corey, 2017) Both sexual and aggressive drives are determinants of why people act the way they do Freud Id Ego Superego Conscious Unconscious Defense Mechanisms 1.) Repression 2.) Sublimation 3.) Displacement 4.) Denial 5.) Reaction Formation 6.) Intellectualization 7.) Projection Anxiety Reality anxiety Neurotic anxiety Moral anxiety Ego-defense Unconscious and conscious Psychosexual stages of development Defense mechanisms Anxiety Transference and Countertrans ference S- Therapists can broaden their understanding of clients’ struggles. Gives therapists a framework for looking at behavior and for understanding the origins and functions of symptoms (Corey, 2017) Helps clients achieve a deeper understanding of the roots of their conflicts. Good for mental It increases awareness, gives insight into the client’s behavior, and helps a therapist understand symptoms meanings by : Maintaining the analytic framework Free association Interpretation Dream analysis I believe that the unconscious part of our mind is real and does influence our behaviors, even though we cannot bring those certain thoughts to our awareness. In regard to defense mechanisms, I know that I personally have used one, if not all of them, especially repression and denial. One of the topics that I do not align with is the phallic stage during the psychosexual stages of development
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mechanisms Psychosexual Stages 1.) Oral stage 2.) Anal stage 3.) Phallic stage 4.) Latency stage 5.) Genital stage Crisis Transference relationship disorders Focus on the whole life W- The approach puts a lot of responsibility on mothers for deficiencies and distortions in development (Corey, 2017) Focuses too much on the libido Analysis of resistance Analysis of transference because I do not see myself as having penis envy. I appreciate Freud's contributions to psychology, but I believe that sometimes his theories negatively portray women over men.
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2. Analytical Therapy Emphasizes the importance of the unconscious in relation to personality, as well as the quest for wholeness in life Deep understanding of development and personality in middle age years Our present personality is shaped both by who and what we have been and also by what we aspire to be in the future. Individuals must explore their collective and personal unconscious Jung Individuation Persona Animus and the anima Shadow Introversion/Extrover sion Dreams - Emphasized paying attention to the messages of our dreams Archetypes - we are influenced by our future as well as our past Collective unconscious The psyche S- Identifies the causes of symptoms Provides treatment for a wide range of problems
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