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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSY 110
Professor
Gillis
Lecture
15

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Psychotherapy
Definition:
Techniques include: Talking, listening, interpreting,
suggesting, reinforcing, demonstrating, role playing,
medication, journal writing
I. Psychoanalytic Therapies
II. Humanistic Therapies
III. Behavioral Therapies (Behavior
Modification)
IV. Cognitive Therapies
V. Biomedical Therapies
VI. Group Therapies
VII. Miscellaneous topics

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I. Psychoanalytic Therapy (Freud)
(Psychoanalysis)
A. A Hydraulic Model
B. Focus on the Unconscious mind &
early experience
C. Highly directive. Extensive
Interpretation by the therapist
D. Unresolved conflicts cause problems
F. Additional techniques: Free
Association & Dream Analysis
G. Important concepts:
Necessary Condition: Transference
Resistance
Catharsis
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II. Humanistic Therapies encourage self-examination &
growth. Focus on conscious thought, the present and the
future.
A. Client-Centered Therapy (Carl Rogers)
(Unconditional Positive Regard)
Real-Self vs. Ideal-Self
Non-directive
Necessary conditions: Empathy,
Acceptance & Genuineness
Active listening= Reflecting what was "said" (not
Probing, evaluating, interpreting or reassuring)
B. Gestalt Therapy (Fritz Perls)
More directive and confrontational,
but still places responsibility for
change on client.
C. Transactional Analysis(Im OK Youre
OK, by Thomas Harris,M.D., 1967)
Your inner:
Child
Parent
Adult
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