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Which of the following do some contemporary psychodynamic therapies explore?
A. A client's early traumatic experiences and childhood attachments;
B. A client's neurotransmitter levels;
C. A client's interpersonal relationships;
D. A client's maladaptive behaviors and habits;
E. A client's avoidance of distressing thoughts;
F. A client's potential for growth;
G. A client's daydreams, fantasies, and dreams.
H. Recurring patterns in a client's thoughts and feelings.
The main goal of behavior therapy is to:
a. alter the client’s brain chemistry by prescribing specific drugs.
b. change the client’s thought patterns so that negative emotions can be controlled.
c. alter the problematic behaviors and maladaptive habits of the client.
d. identify the early childhood unconscious conflicts that are the source of the client’s symptoms.
B. clarification of the client’s feelings.
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