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Group Therapy - Yalom
3 stages of group therapy
1 - Attempts to know the groups structure and meaning,
2- Coflict, Dominance, REbellion, each member attempts to establish his or her preferred amount of initiative and power - advice replaced by criticism.
3 - Development of cohesiveness. Unity and closessness become a the cheif concern.
Therapeutic Factors - Group therapy
provides opportunities for multiple transferences. "social microcosm" that provides specific curative factors,
Therapist Role - Group therapy - Yalom
Creation and maintenance of the group
Culture bilding
Activation and illumination of the here-and-now
Concurent Group and Individual Therapy - Yalom
not necessary nor beneficial excpetn in certain circumstances when a gorup member is experiencing a crisis.
Premature Termination Group therapy - Yalom
10-35% of group members drop out of therapy during firs 12-20 sessions. Prescreening reduces chance of premature terminaiton and enhance therpay outcomes.
Application and Evaluation - Group Therapy
Ideal for group therapy when issues are interpersonal. shyness, suspeciiouness, argumentativeness, and inabilty to be intimate. people woho are depressed , inatbilty to tolerate the roup setting, ande withdrawl, paranoia , acute psychosis, brain damage, and sociopathy
Feminist Therapy
an emphasis on the "power differences between women and men and how that differential impacts on both mens and women's behavior. Intrapyschic events always occur with opressive structre
View of Maladaptive Behavior - Faminist Therapy
woman's circmstnaces always relfelct the nature of traditional faminine roles. "survival tactic" means of exercising personal power.
arbitrary labels assiged to control.
Therapy Goals - Femenist Therapy
less iterested in changeing their clients but want to identify and alter the opressive forces in society. Empowerment is primary for self defining and self determining.
Therapy tech. Feaminist therapy
Striving for an Egalitarian Relationship - differential power inherent to client-therapist rleationship but promote "power with". give clients power -dismystifying therapy, have them set and moiter goals.
Avoiding Lables - no diagnosis or pathologizing problems
Avloiding revictimization - no blaming
Involvemnt in social action - must be social and political activists
Nonsexist Therapy and Feminist Therapy
Differ in that femiist therapist prioritize the role of socio political factors on a women's psychological functioning and the need for social change, while nonsexist focus on indiviudal actors
Feminist therapy with Object relations
the sexual division of labor and the mother-child relationship contributors to gendered behavior. Parenting predominately female task.
Females define themsves in relation and males separation becasue of parent-child relationsiop pattern.
Hypnosis -
no link to consistent neurobehavioral or psychophysicological process. Subjective experiential change. Help people recover memories that are otherwise unavilialbe
Hypnosis in eliciting repressed memories
does not seem to enhance the accuracy of memories and may produce psyeudomemories.
second, may exaggerate a person's confience in validity of uncertain memories.
often reflect issues and experiences that are relevant to treatment