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29 Cards in this Set

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Which of the following theorists believed that a corrective interpsersonal relationship with the therapist was the primary mode of treatment?
a. Sigmund Freud
b. william glasser
C. hildegard peplau
d. harry stack sullivan
dream analysis and free ssociation are techniques in which of the following?
a. client centered therapy
b. gestalt therapy
c. logotherapy
d. psychoanalysis
four levels of anxiety were described by
a. erik erikson
b. sigmund freud
c. hildegard peplau
d. carl rogers
correcting how one thinks about the world and oneself is the focus of
b.cognitive therapy
d.reality therapy
the personality structures of id, ego, and super-go were described by
a. sigmund freud
b.hildegard peplau
c.frederick perls
d.harry stack sullivan
the nursing role that involves being a substitue for another, such as a parent is called
a counselor
b. resource person
c. surrogate
d. teacher
psychiatric rehabilitation focuses on
a. client's strength
b. medication compliance skills deficits
d. symptom reduction
when a nurse develops feelings toward a client that are based on the nurse's past experience, it is called
a. countertransference
b. role reversal
c transference
d unconditional regard
a group that was designed to meet weekly for 10 sessions to deal with feelings of depression would be a(n)
a closed group
b. educational group
c open group group
Theorist: the client is the key to his or her own healing
carl rogers
Theorist: social as well as psychological factors influence developement
erik erikson
Theorist: behavior change occurs through conditioning with enviromental stimuli
ivan pavlov
Theorist: people make themselves unhappy by clinging to irrational beliefs
albert ellis
Theorist: behavior is learned from past experience that is reinforcing
b.f. skinner
Theorist:client-centered therapy
carl rogers
Theorist: Gestalt therapy
fredrick perls
Theorist: hierarchy of needs
abraham maslow
viktor frankl
Theorist: rational emotive therapy
albert ellis
Theorist: reality therapy
william glasser
piaget's four stages of cognitive developement
sensorimotor birth-2 yrs
preoperational 2-6 yrs
concrete operations 6-12 yrs
formal operations 12-15 urs
erikson's stages of psychosocial developement
trust vs mistrust-infant
viewing the world as safe and reliable; relationships as nurturing, stable, and dependable
erikson's stages of psychosocial developement
autonomy vs shame and doubt-toddler
achieving a sense of control and free will
erikson's stages of psychosocial developement
initiative vs. guilt-preschool
beginning development of a conscience, learning to manage conflict anxiety
erikson's stages of psychosocial developement
industry vs inferiority-school age
emerging confidence in own abilities;taking pleasure in accomplishments
erikson's stages of psychosocial developement
identity vs role confusion-adolescence
formulating a sense of self and belonging
erikson's stages of psychosocial developement
intimacy vs isolation - young adult
forming adult, loving realtionships and meaningful attachments to others
erikson's stages of psychosocial developement
generativity vs stagnation
being creative and productive; establishing the next generation
erikson's stages of psychosocial developement
egointerity vs despair-maturity
accepting responsibility for one's self and life