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Psychology in Action

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K ey T erms psychotherapy (p. 510) BIOMEDICAL THERAPIES antianxiety drugs (p. 528) Instructor's Resource Guide                               Chapter 15                                         Page  211
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INSIGHT THERAPIES antidepressant drugs (p. 528) active listening (p. 519) antipsychotic drugs (p. 528) client-centered therapy (p. 518) biomedical therapy (p. 528) cognitive-behavior therapy (p. 514) electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) (p. 530) cognitive restructuring (p. 514) lobotomy (p. 530) cognitive therapy (p. 514) mood stabilizer drugs (p. 528) dream analysis (p. 511) psychopharmacology (p. 528) empathy (p. 518) psychosurgery (p. 530) free association (p. 511) repetitive transcranial magnetic genuineness (p. 519) stimulation (rTMS) (p. 531) group therapy (p. 521) tardive dyskinesia (p. 530) humanistic therapy (p. 518) interpretation (p. 511) THERAPY AND CRITICAL THINKIN G psychodynamic therapy (p. 512) eclectic approach (p. 533) rational-emotive behavior therapy (REBT) (p. 514) resistance (p. 511) self-help group (p. 521) self-talk (p. 514) transference (p. 511) unconditional positive regard (p. 518) BEHAVIOR THERAPIES aversion therapy (p. 524) behavior therapy (p. 524) modeling therapy (p. 527) systematic desensitization (p. 524)     D iscussion Q uestions 1. Based on the therapies and techniques described in this chapter, which type of therapist would you consult if you were suffering from childhood sexual abuse? What if you were drug- dependent? What if you had a severe fear of flying? If you were so depressed that you were considering suicide, what type of therapist would you consult? Would you consent to electroshock therapy for your depression if you had tried everything else? Why or why not? 2. If you were planning to become a therapist, which type of therapy do you think you would be most interested in practicing? Is there a type of client/patient that you would prefer to treat? Is there anyone or any type that you would refuse to treat? Instructor's Resource Guide                               Chapter 15                                         Page  212
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3. Radio call-in programs for psychological advice are becoming very popular. In your opinion, is this type of therapy effective? What are the advantages and disadvantages to this "telephone therapy?" 4. Has your opinion about psychotherapy changed after reading this chapter? Are you more or less inclined to seek therapy for yourself, friends or family members? Why or why not? 5. What are the ethics of forced mandatory treatment for psychological disorders? What are the patient's rights to refuse treatment? When is it society's right to control an individual and force treatment or involuntary commitment? If a person is threatening suicide, should he or she be forced into treatment? Would it be right for a therapist to allow a person to make suicide a matter of personal choice, an expression of "free will?"   W eb S ites National Association for Cognitive and Behavior Therapy
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