1)The psychoanalytic and humanistic therapies are often referred to asA. behavior therapies.B. biomedical therapies.C. insight therapies.D. eclectic therapies. 2)Which therapeutic approach relies most heavily on patients' discovering their own ways of effectively dealingwith their difficulties? 3)An important feature of client-centered therapy is 4)During a marriage counseling session, the therapist suggests to Mr. and Mrs. Gallo that they each restate their spouse's comments before making their own. The therapist was applying a technique most closely associated withA. psychoanalysis. B. cognitive-behavior therapy. C. systematic desensitization. D. client-centered therapy.5)Carl Rogers is known for the development ofWhich of the following is considered to be the most nondirective form of therapy?A. client-centered therapyB. cognitive therapyC. psychoanalysisD. systematic desensitization 6)Which approach emphasizes the importance of providing patients with feelings of unconditional positive regard?
Light exposure therapy, alternatives to antidepressant drugs1)Light exposure therapy was developed to relieve symptoms of2)Light exposure therapy sparks activity in a brain region that influences3)Which of the following has been demonstrated to provide relief for those who suffer from seasonal affectivedisorder?A. transferenceB. EMDRC. systematic desensitizationD. light exposure therapy 4)The value of light exposure therapy appears to result in part from its influence on people's5)By boosting serotonin, antidepressant drugs stimulate the growth of neurons in the
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