5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Psychoanalysis: Criticisms
- Behavior Therapy
- Classical antipsychotic drugs
- Humanistic Approach: Client-Centered therapy methods
- which technique is more effective?
- a Unconditional positive regard- therapist supports you no matter what
Gestalt Therapy (Empty chair dialogue)
- b Chlorpromazine: remove a number of positive symptoms associated with schizophrenia. However, they don't get rid of that many negative symptoms.
Side effects: Parkinson's disease, Tadive Dyskinesia
- c Can't be proved of disproved
Takes a long time and is expensive
Best for people who are articulate
- d 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
- e therapy that applies learning principles to the elimination of unwanted behaviors
5 Multiple choice questions
- Hope for demoralized people
A new perspective
Empathetic, trusting and caring relationship
- Treats family as a system. Therapy guides family members toward positive relationships and improved communication
- Ex: a drug you take that makes you nauseous when paired with alcohol. Supposed to dissuade alcoholics from drinking.
- plan that people make with a therapist to help them do something like get rid of a phobia
Insight or Understanding
5 True/False questions
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing → Ex: a drug you take that makes you nauseous when paired with alcohol. Supposed to dissuade alcoholics from drinking.
Psychotherapy → Emotionally charged confiding interaction between a trained therapist and someone who suffers psychological difficulties
Eclectic Approach → Combines different psychotherapy techniques to suit the client.
Mood-stabilizing → a behavioral therapy technique in which the patient is saturated with a fear provoking stimulus until the anxiety is extinguished.
Brain stimulation → Electro-compulsive therapy (ECT) - delivered to depressed patients who don't respond to drugs