PSYC35H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Matura, Tabula Rasa

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Psychodynamic therapies: the goal is to be a blank slate: so that the patient can project all the issues on to you. (transference) the interpretation ( insight) produces change. Cognitive behavioural therapies: when consequences are positive you are more likely to produce the behaviour Therapies include things like, patient going through situations that cause them anxiety. Humanistic/ existential therapies: what are the conditions we need to satisfy in order to receive love from loved ones. Dodo bird effect: all therapies are equally good. Why? existing differences have yet to be detected. Diverse strategies to similar ends - types are different and produce changes in different ways but work equally well. Common factors- what goes on in therapy sessions, there are things done in commonthese methods all produce change. factors can be like personality characteristics of the therapist and the patient. Another factor: therapy and life story: therapist help patients produce more productive and useful life stories.

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