Chapter 13 - Treatments - Schizophrenia Tardive Dyskenisia...

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Schizophrenia Tardive Dyskenisia Obsessive Compulsive Dissociative Fugue Borderline
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Treatment People fail to get treatment because: they may not realize that their disorder needs to be treated, there may be barriers to treatment, and/or they may not know where to look for services. Approaches to treatment include psychotherapy and biological (surgical, medical, drugs) treatments.
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Early Forms of Treatment ( p. 401 )
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The Real World: Types of Psychotherapists Types of psychotherapists include: psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and counselors . Must make sure your therapist/s are licensed and trained (with appropriate degree/s).
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Psychotherapy Psychotherapy : an interaction between a therapist and someone suffering from a psychological problem, with the goal of providing support or relief from the problem. eclectic psychotherapy : treatment that draws on techniques from different forms of therapy, depending on the client and the problem.
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Figure 13.1 : Approaches to Psychotherapy in the 21 st Century ( p. 402 )
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Psychodynamic Therapy Psychodynamic psychotherapies : explore childhood events and help patients develop insight into their psychological problems. psychoanalysis assumes that humans are born with urges that are suppressed through defense mechanisms. goal is to help client develop insight using free association, dream analysis, interpretation, and analysis of resistance . resistance : a reluctance to cooperate with treatment for fear of confronting unpleasant unconscious material. transference
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course PSYC 2305 taught by Professor Steven during the Spring '10 term at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi.

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Chapter 13 - Treatments - Schizophrenia Tardive Dyskenisia...

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