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types of therapy Test

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  1. which technique is more effective?
  2. Psychoanalytic Methods
  3. Commonalities Among Psychotherapies
  4. Psychoanalysis: Aims
  5. Humanistic Theories
  1. a Free association
    Resistance
    Transference: patients displace intense feeling for one person on to the therapist
    Dream Analysis
  2. b 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
    cognitive-behavior: depression
  3. c Focus on the present and future: how do you feel now?
    Conscious thought
    Taking responsibility for feelings and actions
    Promoting growth
  4. d Catharsis
    Insight or Understanding
  5. e Hope for demoralized people
    A new perspective
    Empathetic, trusting and caring relationship

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Emotionally charged confiding interaction between a trained therapist and someone who suffers psychological difficulties
  2. (clozapine (corazil)) removes negative symptoms.
    can cause blood disease
  3. therapy that applies learning principles to the elimination of unwanted behaviors
  4. ex: lithium carbonate
    use: stabilizes people in manic episodes
    can become toxic when used in excess
  5. Xanax and Ativan
    Works By: depressing the central nervous system
    neurotransmitter involved: elevate the levels of gamma-amnimutyric acis (GABA) neurotransmitter.

5 True/False Questions

  1. Aversive conditioningEx: a drug you take that makes you nauseous when paired with alcohol. Supposed to dissuade alcoholics from drinking.

          

  2. Ellis Rational-Emotive Behavior TherapyActivating Event
    Irrational Belief
    Emotional Consequence
    Dispute Belief
    Replace With Effective Belief
    Feel Better

          

  3. Humanistic Approach: Client-Centered therapy methodsFocus on the present and future: how do you feel now?
    Conscious thought
    Taking responsibility for feelings and actions
    Promoting growth

          

  4. Group Therapyexposes patients to things the fear and avoid. Through repeated exposures, anxiety lessens.
    aka systematic desensitization

          

  5. Family Therapy6 to 9 people
    Help more than one person at a time
    Helps by showing that other people have similar problems

          

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