Psychotherapy II

Psychotherapy II - PSYCHOTHERAPYII PSYCHOLOGY100...

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PSYCHOLOGY 100 DR. CLAIRE ASHTON-JAMES PSYCHOTHERAPY II
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INSIGHT THERAPIES Psychoanalysis Cognitive therapies Humanistic therapies Group and family therapies
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INTRODUCTION Many people with psychological disorders hold  irrational beliefs and practice maladaptive thinking  patterns. The purpose of insight therapies or “talk” therapies is  to challenge these thoughts and beliefs Insight therapies are designed to give patients  knowledge or insight into their psychological  problems It is hoped that with insight, clients will change their  thinking, and then their behaviour.
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PSYCHOANALYSIS Method of treatment that attempts to bring hidden  impulses and memories that are locked in the  unconscious to the surface It is believed that disordered thoughts and  behaviours are driven by unconscious unresolved  conflicts.
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PSYCHOANALYSIS Tools of psychoanalysis: Free association:  The expression of whatever thoughts and feelings  happen to come to mind. Dream Analysis: 
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