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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 family’s 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 client’s belief that therapy will help...
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