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Treatments for Psychological Disorders

Treatments for Psychological Disorders

Treatments for Psychological Disorders. Biological and Psychological Based Treatments . Early Attempts at Biological Intervention. Coma and convulsive therapies Insulin coma therapy Electroconvulsive shock therapy (ECT) Bilateral ECT and Unilateral ECT

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Personality

Personality

Personality. How the Grinch Stole Psychology Class. BUT . . . . We’ll first look at the Personality Theories that we will use to analyze the Grinch. Psychoanalytic Approach Individual Psychological Approach Neo-psychoanalytic Approach Humanistic Approach. Sigmund Freud.

By sonel
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Carl Rogers

Carl Rogers

Carl Rogers . Person-Centered Theory. Carl Rogers - 1902-1987 . Born in Oak Park, IL, 4th of 6 children. Family Background. Family valued hard work, fundamentalist Christianity, following strict rules of behavior

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Understanding Personality: The Humanistic/Existential Perspectives

Understanding Personality: The Humanistic/Existential Perspectives

Understanding Personality: The Humanistic/Existential Perspectives. What is ‘personality’?. unique way a person thinks, acts and feels throughout life is stable over time many perspectives in personality, we will focus on humanistic and psychodynamic perspectives.

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Person-Centered Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy. Person-Centered Therapy. Carl Rogers Fundamentalist upbringing Trained theology and clinical psychology His therapy was a reaction to directive therapies (e.g., psychoanalysis, behavior therapy)

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Current Psychotherapies Humanism and Person-Centered Therapy

Current Psychotherapies Humanism and Person-Centered Therapy

Current Psychotherapies Humanism and Person-Centered Therapy. Rebecca Lawthom r.lawthom@mmu.ac.uk. Who can we thank for the Humanistic Theory?. Carl Ransom Rogers (1902-1987)- American theorist most closely associated with the humanistic theory. Some times called “The Founder of Humanism.”.

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PERSONALITY PSY234 Lecture 4 : Humanistic Theories

PERSONALITY PSY234 Lecture 4 : Humanistic Theories

PERSONALITY PSY234 Lecture 4 : Humanistic Theories. Dr Simon Boag Email: simon.boag@psy.mq.edu.au. Readings. Carver, C. S. & Scheier, M. F. (2004). Perspectives on Personality . (pp. 382-411) Additional (non-assessable)

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Carl Rogers

Carl Rogers

Carl Rogers . Person-Centered Theory. Carl Rogers - 1902-1987 . Born in Oak Park, IL, 4th of 6 children. Family Background. Family valued hard work, fundamentalist Christianity, following strict rules of behavior

By annis
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Behaviorist and Humanist Theories

Behaviorist and Humanist Theories

Behaviorist and Humanist Theories. Unit 5 Lesson 4. Objectives. Review additional psychoanalytic theories. Indentify contributions of Thorndike, Skinner, Maslow and Rogers to study of personality. Compare and contrast behaviorist and humanist theories of personality development. Warm Up.

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Treatments

Treatments

Treatments. History of Treatments. Early treatments brutal transitioned to more humane methods Dorothea Dix – 1 st to transition to gentler treatments in U.S. Today - Biomedical Drugs and better therapy has led deinstitutionalization. Categories of Therapy. 2 Main Categories

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Myers’ EXPLORING 		PSYCHOLOGY (5th Ed)

Myers’ EXPLORING PSYCHOLOGY (5th Ed)

Myers’ EXPLORING PSYCHOLOGY (5th Ed). Chapter 12 Personality. What is Personality?. Characteristics of behavior Four basic perspectives: psychoanalytic humanistic trait social-cognitive. The Psychoanalytic Perspective. Freud’s theory Personality influenced by: childhood sexuality

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Person-Centered Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy. a-s.clayton.edu/egannon/Notes/PSYC%203120/ Person - Centered %20Theory. ppt. The Life of Carl Rogers (1902-1987). Born the fourth of six children

By kelton
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Chapter 10 Personality

Chapter 10 Personality

Chapter 10 Personality. Defining Some Terms. Personality: A person’s unique and relatively stable behavior patterns; the consistency of who you are, have been, and will become Character: Personal characteristics that have been judged or evaluated

By curt
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COMMUNICATION IN EVERYDAY LIFE

COMMUNICATION IN EVERYDAY LIFE

COMMUNICATION IN EVERYDAY LIFE. The Conditions for Effective Communication. Lecture 13c. COMMUNICATION EFFECTIVNESS: SKILLS ABOUT SKILLS. In additon to being MINDFUL, FLEXIBLE, METACOMMUNICATORS

By heidi
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Intro to Psychology

Intro to Psychology

Intro to Psychology. Chapter 14 - Therapies. What Is Psychotherapy? Any psychological technique used to facilitate positive changes in personality, behavior, or adjustment; some types of psychotherapy: Individual: Involves only one client and one therapist

By deana
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I ntervention , TREATMENT, & RECOVERY First Edition

I ntervention , TREATMENT, & RECOVERY First Edition

I ntervention , TREATMENT, & RECOVERY First Edition. Chapter 10 Practice Dimension V : Service Coordination Contributors: Robin Staton. Element: Individual Counseling Competencies 75 - 87.

By heaton
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Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Chapter 1. The Evolution of Psychology. The Development of Psychology: From Speculation to Science. Prior to 1879 Physiology and philosophy scholars studying questions about the mind Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920) University of Leipzig, Germany

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North Carolina TASC Clinical Series Training

North Carolina TASC Clinical Series Training

North Carolina TASC Clinical Series Training. Module Seven: Clinical Skills. Client-Centered Clinical Work. Model and Technique 15%. Client’s Hope and Expectancy 15%. Therapeutic Relationship 30%. Extra Therapeutic Factors 40% . Clinician Attitudes. Congruence

By evonne
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Humanistic Perspective

Humanistic Perspective

Humanistic Perspective. By the 1960s, psychologists became discontent with Freud’s negativity and the mechanistic psychology of the behaviorists. http://www.ship.edu. Abraham Maslow (1908-1970). Carl Rogers (1902-1987). Self-Actualizing Person.

By ayame
(258 views)

Final Exam Review, pt. 5

Final Exam Review, pt. 5

Final Exam Review, pt. 5. Chapters 9 & 10. Abnormal Behavior *. A psychological disorder, causing distress, disability, or dysfunction. Defined symptomatically by the DSM. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM IV-TR). Common language and standard criteria for classifying mental disorders

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