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19. Treatment Methods - Treatment Modalities Biological...

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Treatment Modalities
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Biological Therapies Psychotropic Medication: alter the biochemistry of the brain. Ritalin Paxil/Xanax Prozac, Zoloft, Celexa Lithium
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Psychosurgery: Deep brain stimulation revisited Thin electrode surgically implanted so electrical currents can be delivered to the brain Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT): shock therapy; beneficial to those with severe depressions which are not responsive to medication/therapy. Can lead to memory impairment. Unclear on why/how it works
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Psychoanalysis: based on Freudian principles believing in the impact of early childhood Uses free association: saying whatever comes to mind Dream Interpretation Transference: develop relationship with therapist based on other people in one’s life Goal to uncover UCS conflicts to decrease anxiety/stress caused by guilt
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Psychodynamic Therapies: looks at unconscious conflicts, defense mechanisms and symptom resolution in a broader manner than Freud
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