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Abnormal Psychology - Treatments

A look at existing Psychological therapeutic approaches and an evaluation of their effectiveness.
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michael shaw

on 3 April 2012

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"Assent - and you are sane - Demur - you're straightaway crazy - and handled with a Chain."
"I ... call your attention to the state of the Insane Persons confined within this Commonwealth, in cages." - Dorothea Dix
1. PSYCHOANALYSIS
a. Aims - "know thyself" - bring repressed into the conscious mind. Resolve id-ego-superego conflicts.
b. Methods - use of FREE ASSOCIATION. May encounter patient resistance. Interpret meaning. Is the patient transferring?
c. Time and $
2. HUMANISTIC THERAPIES
a. also uses Insight Therapy but ...
1. present and future
2. conscious
3. take responsiblity
4. promote growth
*Carl Rogers' Client-centered therapy - use of active listening
Belief in unconditional positive regard ... "I'm good enough, I'm
smart enough" etc.
Try this:
1. Paraphrase 2. Invite clarification 3. Reflect
3. BEHAVIOR THERAPIES
systematic desentitization
flooding - let it happen
modeling - good teachers?
token economy
REBT - Ellis(2004b)
let's take a look ...

4. COGNITIVE THERAPIES
AARON BECK(2005)
Cognitive distortions - root causes of depression and anxiety
What are some possible examples of this? (see book ...)
5. GROUP & FAMILY THERAPIES
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