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Classical Psychoanalytic Theory

Samantha Shrader, Julie Waples, Sequoia Brown

Sequoia Brown

on 24 October 2012

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Transcript of Classical Psychoanalytic Theory

Theories of Psychology
Dr. Stepthen Parker Classic Psychoanalytic Theory Freudian Psychoanalytic Theory Summary The Intervention Goals The Client By
Samantha Shrader
Julie Waples
Sequoia Brown Unconscious motivations Session 1 Millicient Barnes
Age 25 Goal 1 References
Mirror Image [Online image]. (1960).Retrieved October 24, 2012
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Serling, R. (Writer), & Brahm, J. (Director). (26 February 1960). Mirror Image[Season 1, Episode 21]. In B. Houghton and R. Serling (Producers), The Twilight Zone. Culver City, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios.
Biological and Instinctual Drives Id, Ego, and Super Ego Making the Unconscious Conscious Strengthening the Ego Reduction of Anxiety Secretary
Relocating to Buffalo, NY for new job
Has been asking people questions and they have been saying that she has been there before
Attempts to explain the events happening around her The Freudian Zone Goal 2 Aid the client in making unconscious material known
Help client strengthen her ego through self-understanding

client says whatever comes to mind

treating dreams in the same manner as symptomatology, in that, every aspect of the dream is explored
Ways to Achieve Goals Free Association Dream Analysis Establishing Rapport
Free Association
Gathering information about anxiety Session 13 Coupling Free Association with Dream Analysis
Uncovering symbolism within the dream
Helping Client to interpret symbolism
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