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Eytan Lasry

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Lecture 32Psychotherapy Part IIICounterintuitive things to learn and discover about process of psychotherapy1997 when prof was 24 on his first internship he has his first patient and a supervisor one Monday he arrived to his office and found out his supervisor was gone so he had this patient with no supervisor which was extremely alarming he was as good a therapist when he started as he is today underlying art of psychotherapyPsychotherapy outcome literature the literature that exists and concerns relative efficacy and effectiveness of psychotherapy do people get better disclosure revealing oneself and the role of disclosure in conveying a narrative or ones life storyVarious schools of psychotherapy three primary forces psychodynamic behavioural and humanistic approaches of trying to remedy a patientPsychoanalysis psychodynamic model key ideas is conflict and production of anxiety and wide range of defences we haveProcesses of producing change in psychoanalysis transference is basic process in which patient comes into office and projects their issues to therapist and therapist role is to interpret what is going on which produces resistance and insightCognitive behavioural approach to change learning model where there is a situation behaviours and a consequenceMechanisms we use to produce change restructuring cognition and beliefs and testing them behavioural experimentsHumanistic approach how children become equipped with what it is we need to do to attain love a set of beliefs and thoughts which we systematically internalize these principles to tell us how we should be in the world to be loved and accepted many of their traits are hidden and sealed to be accepted humanists try to bring these traits outPoint of the slide is that different therapies seem to be very diverse from a technical point of view what the analyst is doing seems very different from what the behaviourist and what the humanist is doing and they believe change is produced in very different ways what produces symptoms and how to treat themWhich form of ther
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