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14 Cards in this Set

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What are the values of psychology?
What is normal and abnormal.

Functional and dysfunctional.
What are the limitations of psychology?
The findings of psychology, regardless of their thoroughness or extensiveness, can never accomplish more than the describe personality.
The uses of psychology:
The question of _________ and/or ___________ truth:
disclosed (bible)
discovered (sciences-nature)
The focus in counseling is:
To put...
the who before the what.
What are the five (5) key elements of Christian Counseling?
Parakaleo- to comfort, come along
Noutheto-to warn, or confront
Parmutheomai-to encourage, or cheerup.
Antechomai- to show support
Makrothumeo- to be patient with.
Why do people come for counseling?
We assume they want to change (mistake).
Most people come because they want something in their life to change.
Who we are as counselors?
Body, Soul & Spirit
Mind, Emotions & Will
Broken & Beloved
How much change is enough change"
To help people we go from what to what: (4)
1. Unconscious Incompetence
2. Conscious Incompetence
3. Conscious Competence
4. Unconscious Competence
What are the 3 primary approaches to helping people change/grow?
1. Focus of Problems.
2. Focus on Solutions.
3. Focus on Growth.
What are the 6 Stages of the Prochaska/DiClemente Change Model?
1. Precontemplation
2. Contemplation
3. Preparation
4. Action
5. Maintenance
6. Termination
What is Bill O'Hanlon's 3 Waves of Psychotherapy?
1. Psychodynamic/Biological (past focus-biological focus)
2. Problem focus
3. Competence based
The MRI Model: Strategic Brief Therapy -working with systems:
What do they do?
Find out what does what and do something different.
The Milwaukee Model: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy:
What do they do?
Help clients identify the exceptions: is a solution - (most popular)
No problem occurs at the same frequency, intensity and duration.
What are the 6 differences between brief and long term therapy?
(In terms of the first step)
Brief has:
1.Specific Objectives
2. Directive Techniques
3. Communication: Solution-focused
4. Clear Plan
5. Treatment of symptoms is Legitimized
6. Responsibility for accomplishing goals.