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Therapy 4.23.13.docx

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Psychology
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PSY 205
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Palfai

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Client Centered Therapy ­ Carl Rogers (1902­1987) ­ Method ­ Goal ­ Assumption ­ Application ­ Problems o Successful use on college students (educated) o Therapist will ask questions to encourage a solution Psychoanalysis ­ Sigmund Freud: psychodynamic ideas ­ Dynamic Therapy  o Hans Strupp (1921­2006)  Movie: psychotherapy, relationship between patient and  therapist (patient must be active and therapist a good listener),  human relationship (not a treatment), relationship where work  together and results in improvement of patients mental health o Method o Goal (insight) o Assumption (catharsis: emotional outburst, attracted to psychologist,  transference: your feelings toward psychologist, if hate father will  hate therapist) o Application o Problems  What happened in early childhood Behavioral Therapy ­ Method  o Behavior modification o Desensitization: individual may have great fear in some situations  (airplane), teach you to relax as you get closer to an airplane (train  and teach you to relax), eventually taken to airport where very tense,  will not go any further until desensitize (relax) in airport. Symptoms  disappear  ­ Goal: remove undesirable behavior, reward other behavior o Little girl who when on hands and knees kids would laugh and teacher got  mad, reverse to when she stood up kids clapped and laughed ­ Assumption ­ Application Cognitive Therapy: Albert Ellis ­ Method: see your problem from a different view ­ Goal: have different perspective in world ­ Assumption ­ Application ­ Prob
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