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Chapter 16

Psychology 46-116 Chapter 16: Notes on Psychological Treatments

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
46-116
Professor
Ken Cramer

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Chapter 16 Psychological and Biological TreatmentsPsychotherapya psychological intervention designed to help people resolve emotional behavioural and interpersonal problems and improve the quality of their livesPsychotherapiesThose who better adjusted to begin with aware of their problems and willing to work on them are most likely to improve in psychotherapyParaprofessionalshelpers who work in the field with no formal professional training provide psychological servicesEffective therapists are likely to be warm and direct establish a positive working relationship with patients and tend not to contradict patientsInsight TherapiesPsychodynamic therapies and the humanisticexistential therapies with the goal of expanding awareness or insightPsychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Therapies FreudPsychoanalysisthe first form of psychotherapyto make the unconscious conscious1Free Associationpatients express themselves with censorship of any sort2Interpretationexplanations of the unconscious bases of a patients dreams emotions and behaviours3Dream Analysisdreams express unconsci
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