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  1. Gesalt Therapy
  2. Client-Centered Therapy (person-centered therapy)
  3. Antidepressant Drugs
  4. Latent Content
  5. Unconditional Positive Regard
  1. a Created by therapist Carl Rogers. Hinges ont eh therapist providing the client with unconditional positive regard.
  2. b Important element of client-centered therapy developed by Carl Rogers. Blanket acceptance and support of a person regardless of what the person says or does.
  3. c A term used by psychoanalysts when using dream analysis in order to uncover unconscious conflicts. Revealed only as a result of a therapist's interpretive work.
  4. d Developed by Fritz Perls. Emphasize the importance of the whole and encourage their clients to get in touch with their whole selves.
  5. e Somatic therapy used to treat mood disorders. Three most common kinds of drugs used to treat unipolar depression are tricyclic antidepressants, monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors, and serotonin-reuptake-inhibitor drugs (SSRIs, most notably Prozac). All tend to increase the activity of serotonin.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Cognitive behavioral therapy developed by Albert Ellis. Therapists look to expose and confront the dysfunctional thoughts of their clients.
  2. Refers to all forms of talk therapy. This is not the same as psychoanalysis, a specific kind of therapy pioneered by Sigmund Freud.
  3. Medical treatments for psychological disorders, including drug treatment (psychopharmacology), psychosurgery, and electroconvulsive shock therapy.
  4. Therapies that produce bodily changes.
  5. Technique used in non-directive client-centered therapy. Would not tell their clients what to do but, rather, would seek to help the clietns choose a course of action for themselves.

5 True/False questions

  1. Existential TherapiesHumanistic therapies that focus on helping clients achieve a subjectively meaningful perception of their lives. See clients' difficulties as caused by the clients having lost or failed to develoop a sense of their lives' purpose. Seek to support clients and help them formulate a vision of their lives as worthwhile.


  2. TransferenceIn the course of therapy, patients begin to have strong feelings toward their therapists.


  3. Cognitive Therapy for DepressionLocate the cause of psychological problems in the way people think. Concentrate on changing unhealthy thought patterns. Involves challenging the irrational thinking patterns of patients.


  4. PscyhoanalysisUsed to uncover unconscious conflicts. Ask their patients to describe their dreams. Since the go's defenses are relaxed during sleep, they hope the dreams will help the therapist see what is at the root of the patient's problem.


  5. Humanistic TherapiesFocus on helping people to understand and accept themselves, and strive to self-actualize. Assert that if people are supported and helped to recognize their goals, they will move toward self-fulfillment.


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