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Theories & Techniques, continued (2/17)

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Meagan McBride

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Transcript of Theories & Techniques, continued (2/17)

Agenda
-attendance /check in
-sign up for presentations
-re-cap
-Finish theories
-wrap up, questions

What have we learned and why?
What it is
It's history
The issues, what we hear in the news
The professional/personal
Lens Switching/Multiculturalism
Developmental Theories
Counseling Theories

What is the progression?

REBT, Behavioral, and CBT theories
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Wrap Up
Questions?
Concerns?

Creative Theories
Theories & Techniques, continued (2/17)
**activity time!**
Art therapy
Uses art media, images, and the creative process, and respects patient/client responses to the created products as reflections of development, abilities, personality, interests, concerns, and conflicts. It is a therapeutic means of reconciling emotional conflicts, fostering self- awareness, developing social skills, managing behavior, solving problems, reducing anxiety, aiding reality orientation, and increasing self- esteem.
Music therapy
Uses music to effect positive changes in the psycho- logical, physical, cognitive, or social functioning of individuals with health or educational problems
Drama therapy
The systematic and intentional use of drama/ theater processes, products, and associations to achieve the therapeutic goals of symptom relief, emotional and physical integration, and per- sonal growth. It is an active approach that helps the client tell his or her story to solve a problem, achieve a catharsis, extend the depth and breadth of inner experience, understand the meaning of images, and
strengthen the ability to observe personal roles while increasing flexibility between roles.
Dance/movement therapy
Based on the assumption that body and mind are interrelated and is defined as the psychotherapeutic use of movement as a process that furthers the emotional, cognitive, and physical integration of the individual. Dance/movement therapy effects changes in feelings, cognition, physical functioning, and behavior.
Play therapy

The systematic use of a theoretical model to establish an interpersonal process wherein trained play therapists use the therapeutic powers of play to help clients prevent or resolve psychosocial difficulties and achieve optimal growth and development
Sandplay therapy
A creative form of psychotherapy that uses a sandbox and a large collection of miniatures to enable a client to explore the deeper layers of the psyche in a totally new format. By constructing a series of “sand pictures,” a client is helped to illustrate and integrate his or her psychological condition.
Miracle Question
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