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8 3 problems of life a sexmarriage b schooloccupation

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Unformatted text preview: nterpret relational dilemmas i) Kids need to bring their “bad self” to treatment ii) Articulate the child’s underlying relational needs b) Most important part is working through identification with the aggressor i) Perversion of object relationship, confused self ­blame vs. real blame c) Internally child is victim and aggressor Alfred Adler (missed this lecture) 1) Social determinism (Adler’s Theory) a) 2) Fictional finalism 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Striving for superiority (3 stage) Social interests (ideal society) Creative self Therapy approach Sibling order a) Adler’s greatest contribution b) First child and last child are special positions. First born’s are the practice child; parents give their first child a lot of attention. The last one gets a little more attention as well. 8) 3 problems of life a) sex/marriage b) school/occupation c) family/social nature 9) Inferiority feelings & compensation 10)Style of life 11)Criticism of Adlerian thinking Carl Jung (Analytic Psychology & Collective Unconscious) 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Analytic Psychology Word association & unconscious process Doctrine of Teleology Metaphor of the Unconscious Model of the Psyche a) Pyramid composed of three different levels: Ego (top), Personal Unconscious (middle), Collective unconscious (bottom) Ego (as different from reality principle) a) Center of consciousness b) Has thoughts, feelings, etc. 4 functions of the Ego a) thinking, feeling, sensing, intuiting Personal Unconscious a) The whole of Freud’s theory b) Personal Unconscious arises from repression c) Comprised of: individuation, instincts, complexes Individuation, Instincts, Complexes a) Individuation = the innate or inborn process which pushes you into wholeness, to find your true self. b) Instincts = experiences that once were conscious but are now repressed i) EX: hunger, sex, thirst, aggression c) Complexes = issues that were once conscious but are no longer, now they are repressed and clustered in emotionally...
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