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Techniques of Psychoanalytic therapy
The key techniques are interpretation, dream analysis, free association, analysis of resistance, and analysis of transference. All are designed to help clients gain access to their unconscious conflicts, which leads to insight and eventual assimilation of new material by the ego.
Techniques of Alderian
Adlerians pay more attention to the subjective experiences of clients than to using techniques. Come techniques include gathering life history data (family constellation, early recollections, personal priorities) sharing interpretations with clients, offering encouragemnt, and assisting clients in searching for new possibilities.
Techniques of Family Systems
A variety of techniques may be used, depending on the particular theoretical orientation of the therapist. Techniques include genograms, teaching, asking questions, joining the family, tracking sequences, issuing directives, use of countertransference, family mapping, reframing, resturcturing, enactments, and setting boundaries. Techniques may be expereintial, cognitive, or behavioural in nature. Most are designed to bring out change in a short time.
Cause of Maladaptive behavior: (JUNG)
An unattended shadow grows as a result of rejecting parts of one’s personality and squelching them into personal unconsciousness,
Lack of individuation and remaining in a state of primordial fusion with primary caregiver, which keeps caregiver in role of vacillating between “all good,” and “all bad.”
3.Defense mechanisms are the psyche’s attempts to survive complexes; and these defense mechanisms become pathological when an individual becomes stuck/fixated in the defense.
4Lack of integration of opposites.
5.Avoidance of important (developmental) tasks.
6.The degree of pathology is “defined” “…to the degree of consciousness a person has of the conflict and the amount of power exerted by the underlying complex. The level of dissociation between conscious and unconscious content reflects the intensity of the disturbance and the amount of pathology.”.
repression, denial, displacement, Introjection, projection, Reaction formation, rationalization, identification, sublimation, compensation
R DDIP R RISC (defense mechanisms)
when a therapist has irrational thoughts or beliefs that are not worked through and they transfer this on their client...a reaction they have toward their client that my interfere with their objectivity
client may transfer their feelings or thoughts toward their therapist that may reflect thoughts they have toward a certain relationship. (past experience and current behavior).