5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Humanistic Theories
- Family Therapy
- which technique is more effective?
- Operant Conditioning as behavior modification
- a ex: lithium carbonate
use: stabilizes people in manic episodes
can become toxic when used in excess
- b plan that people make with a therapist to help them do something like get rid of a phobia
- c no evidence that one method is better than other, but some types of therapies might better for treating certain problems
behavior therapies: phobias, anxiety
person centered: raising self-esteem
- d Focus on the present and future: how do you feel now?
Taking responsibility for feelings and actions
- e Treats family as a system. Therapy guides family members toward positive relationships and improved communication
5 Multiple choice questions
- Ex: a drug you take that makes you nauseous when paired with alcohol. Supposed to dissuade alcoholics from drinking.
- *in EMDR therapy, the therapist attempts to unlock and reprocess previous frozen traumatic memories by waving a finger in front of the eyes of a client
*EMDR has not held up under scientific testing
- Unconditional positive regard- therapist supports you no matter what
Gestalt Therapy (Empty chair dialogue)
- Can't be proved of disproved
Takes a long time and is expensive
Best for people who are articulate
- 6 to 9 people
Help more than one person at a time
Helps by showing that other people have similar problems
5 True/False questions
Eclectic Approach → Combines different psychotherapy techniques to suit the client.
Flooding → a behavioral therapy technique in which the patient is saturated with a fear provoking stimulus until the anxiety is extinguished.
Light Exposure Therapy → Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)=In darker environments (winter) people might feel levels of depression
Light helps people not feel depressed.
Classical antipsychotic drugs → (clozapine (corazil)) removes negative symptoms.
can cause blood disease
Ellis Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy → therapy that applies learning principles to the elimination of unwanted behaviors