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Brief Therapies - characteristics
1 - Therapy is time-limited 6-30sessions
2 - Focus on the client's presenting concerns
3- ther threapist adopts an active role and encourages the client to become actively engaged in the change process
Interpersonal Therapy
developed by Klerman and Weissman as a treatment for depression but has since been applied to other conditions. Combine elements of psychodynamic and CBT
View of Maldaptive Behavior - Interpersonal Therapy
depression is relaed to problems in social roles and interpersonal relationships that re traceable to a lack of strong attachments early in life.
Therapy Goals and Tech. - Interpersonal Therapy
Focus on Current realtionships. REduce symptom and improve interersonal funcitoning. first educaiton about depression, instillation of hope, and , when necesssary, pharmacotherapy.
Tech. encouragement of affect, communication analyiss, and modeling and role-playing to lish new ways of interacting.
Four Problem Areas - Interpersonal Therapy
Grief, Interepsonal role disputes, role transitions, and interpersonal deficits.
Solution-Focused Therapy
You get more when you talk about it - focus on solutions to the client's promblems rather than on the problems themselves.
View of Maladaptive Behavior - Solution-Focused Therapy
understanding the etiology or atributions of problem is irrelavent and focus, instead on the solution.
Therapy Goals and Tech. - Solution-focused therapy
client is viewed as the "expert" while the threapis acts as a consultant/collaborator who poses questions designed to asist the client in recognizing and using his strength/resources to achieve specific goals
Miracle Question - Solution Focused
Suppose when you go to sleep tonight, a miracle happens and your problem is solved. When you wake up how will you know that a mircal has occured? What will be different?
Exception Question - Solution focused
Can you thik of a time in the past week when you did not have the problem
Scaling Question - Solution Focused
ON scale from 1 - 10 how did you feel last week or how motivated are you?
Transtheorectical Model
Prochaska and Diclemente transtheoretical model of behavior change was based on analysis of 18 leading approaches to therapy, which led to the identificaiton of ten basic change processess. Proposes taht the process of change is essentially the same regardless of the target of behavior and that the optimal inerventions are those that match the individuals stage of change. Originally developed as intervention for cigarette smoking
View of Maladpative Behavior - Transtheorectical model
does not addres the etiology or characteristicas of maladptive behavior but, focuses on factors that facilitate bhavioral change
Five Stages of Change - Transtherorectical model
1-Precontemplation stage - no intent to change
2 - person aware of need - not committed
3 - preparation stage -clear inent to take action within the next month.
4- Action stage -takes steps to bring change
5 - maintenance stage change lasted for at least six months
Motivational Interviewing - Transtheoretical Model
developed for client swho are abmbivalent about changing their behaivors.