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Abnormal Psychology II: Psychotherapy Lecture Outline Historical trends Types of Psychotherapy Professor Gallagher was dealing with the patients fear of heights, snakes, and  the dark. He was  FLOODING   that guys head. Historical trends Pre 1960’s : institutionalization and chronic care Post 1960’s “ o Pharmacological revolution o Managed health care in psychology o Empirical approach to psychotherapy   (show me that it works) Perspectives on Psychotherapy (4 main things) Worldview     : o Why we are like we are Major Techniques:    
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o Therapy oriented issues **Key** Client Issues:     o Source of trouble Goals     : o Outcome of therapy Psychoanalysis (Frued) Worldview     : o Human behavior is driven by unconscious biological forces Major Techniques:     o Free association, dream analysis, transference, etc. Client Issues:     o Uncover polarities & confused emotion about the past and relate to  present issues Goals:     o Make conscious the unconscious, personality reconstruction through  catharsis Cognitive Therapy
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Worldview     : o It is not things that trouble us, rather our view of them. Behavior  should be consistent withcognition Major Techniques:     o Examine client’s logic, reframe cognitions, teach new ways of  thinking, teach new ways of behaving Client Issues:     o Irrational beliefs and unrealistic goals, incongruence between logic  and the world Goals     : o  Eliminate self-defeating thinking, develop rational and tolerant views  of self and others, act on this knowledge Behavior Therapy Worldview     : o People are shaped by their environment Major Techniques:     o Relaxation: positive reinforcement & others: modeling, systematic 
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