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Transcript of Psychodynamic Therapies
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).
Ego functions independently
Object relations - self and other people
Can be used as the entire treatment or part of a treament
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
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