Student notes ch 15

Student notes ch 15 - Two Kinds of Modern Therapy Early...

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Two Kinds of Modern Therapy Early Treatment 1500s - mentally ill confined to  asylums treatments harsh, often damaging Philippe Pinel – psychiatrist, demanded humane treatment of mentally ill Psychoanalysis Psychoanalysis - therapy to reveal unconscious conflicts free association dream interpretation resistance transference Psychoanalysis Today Psychodynamic therapy - newer term for psychoanalysis, more focus on  transference, shorter treatment Nondirective - therapist is a                      neutral, nonjudgmental listener Directive – earlier                            interpretations of client’s statements  and direction                                 of certain behaviors Roger’s Person-Centered Therapy Person-centered therapy - nondirective insight therapy; client talks,  therapist listens Four Elements of Roger’s Therapy Gestalt Therapy Gestalt therapy – clients accept all of self; directive, role playing, leading  questions confrontation of clients’ statements
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