Ellis - family member Tends to be brief and focuses on...

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Ellis’ ABC Concept A: Activating experience, which person presumes to be the cause of “C” B: Person’s irrational and unrealistic beliefs C: Emotional Consequences Group Therapy Psychotherapy done with more than one person Psychodrama (Moreno): Clients act-out personal conflicts and feelings with others who play supporting roles Role Playing: Reenacting significant life events Role Reversal: Taking the part of another person to learn how he or she feels Mirror Technique: Client observes another person re-enacting the client’s behavior Family Therapy Family Therapy: All family members work as a group to resolve the problems of each
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Unformatted text preview: family member Tends to be brief and focuses on specific problems (e.g., specific fights) Modality views problems experienced by one family member as the entire familys problem Group Awareness Training Sensitivity Groups: Group experience consisting of exercises designed to increase self-awareness and sensitivity to others Encounter Groups: Emphasize honest expression of feelings Large-Group Awareness Training: Increases self-awareness and facilitates constructive personal change Therapy Placebo Effect: Improvement is based on clients belief that therapy will help...
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