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Psychodynamic Therapies

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Transcript of Psychodynamic Therapies

Brief Psychodynamic Therapy
Several characteristics
Themes and techniques
therapeutic relationship: "It is two people who like and respect each other working together toward mutual goals" (Prochaska & Norcross, 2014, p. 71).
Supportive-Expressive Therapy
Psychodynamic Therapies
Adlerian Therapy
Alfred Adler
Individual Psychology
Key Beliefs
Basic Ideas
Inferiority Complex
Birth Order
Social Interest
Goals
Ego Psychology
Ego functions independently
Psychosocial stages
Therapy Goals
Object Relations
Object relations - self and other people
Margaret Mahler
normal autism
normal symbiosis
differentiation period
integration
Heinz Kohut
Self-Psychology
Goals
Supportive Therapy
Purpose
Can be used as the entire treatment or part of a treament
Client/therapist relationship
Effective for the treatment of depression

What is Psychodynamic Therapy?
Psychodynamic therapy is a therapeutic approach that takes a look at the unconscious mind and childhood experiences and how those events affect a person throughout adulthood
Interpersonal conflicts and social forces are emphasized
The client/therapist relationship is important to psychodynamic therapy
We will discuss 5 variants of psychodynamic therapy: Adlerian Therapy, Ego Psychology, Object Relations, Supportive Therapy, and Brief Psychodynamic Therapy
References


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