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Therapy Psychology 1107
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Introduction Remember Trephining? Bloodletting? Beatings? Changed with Pinel In general there are two approaches Psychological biomedical
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Eclectic Approach Today most people take bits and pieces form each There are, literally, hundreds of types of ‘talking therapies’
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A wee bit of history Psychoanalysts got it all going Disorders come from childhood experience and unresolved conflicts Repression etc. Bring repressed feelings to conscious awareness Get rid of energy directed at id- superego conflict
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Lie back and tell me whatever comes to mind…. Free association Pauses Slips Show resistance Analyst interprets for you, provides insight transferrence
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The key The key to the whole idea is repressed memories Hmmmmm Impossible to disprove analyst’s interpretations And at 100 bucks an hour, three times a week….
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The Humanistic approach When we talked about personality we talked about how humanistic psychologists are interested in ‘self- actualization’ Humanistic therapy focuses on this Care about the present and the future Care about the conscious
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