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24 Cards in this Set

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Client centered therapy

Rogers (1957)

Emotion focused therapy

Greenberg (2010) Greenberg, Rice and Elliot (1993), Greenberg and Paivio (1997)

Interpersonal psychotherapy

Teyber & McClure (2010)

Cognitive therapies

Beck (1995), Beck & Beck (2011)

Gestalt therapy

Hefferline & Goodman (1951), Dierks (1956)

Awareness/naming the emotion is therapeutic

Lieberman et al., (2004)

Rational emotive behavioral therapy

Ellis (1962, 2005)

Psychoanalytic therapy

Freud (1917)

Attachment theory

Bowlby, 1982, 1988

Psychosocial theory

Erikson, 1993

6 components distinguish psychodynamic theories

Shedler, 2010

Focus on affect and expression of emotion (cognitive understanding is not change)

Active exploration of attempts to avoid distressing thoughts/emotions

Identification of recurring themes and patterns

Discussion of past experiences to shed light on present (developmental focus)

Focus on interpersonal problems

Focus on the therapy relationship

Support for psychodynamic unconscious, defenses

Baumeister, Dale & Sommer, 1998

Support for psychoanalytic conflicted feelings/motivations, childhood experiences influencing personality patterns, self concept

Westen, 1998

CCRT citation

Book, 1998

Person-centered therapy

Rogers, 1951, 1957, 1959, 1961, 1980

Necessary and sufficient conditions for change

Rogers, 1957

Two persons in psychological contact

Client is incongruent, vulnerable, anxious

Therapist is congruent and integrated

Therapist has unconditional positive regard for client

Therapist has empathetic understanding of client and communicates this to client

Therapist can successfully communicate empathy and unconditional positive regard

Empirical support for psychodynamic therapy

Abbass st al., 2006

23 RCT for short-term (less than 40 hrs) psychodynamic has effect size of .97 for general symptom improvement

Westen, 1998

Support for concepts of unconscious defenses, conflicted feelings



Narrative therapy explores how what us used to construct and maintain problems

Etchison & Kleist, 2000


Counseling theories book cite

Corey, 2009

Tripartite model of therapeutic relationship

Working alliance, transference/countertransference, "real relationship"

2 supervision citations

Bernard & Goodyear, 2004

Ladany, Friedlander & Nelson, 2005

Most powerful intervention for multicultural supervision

Bernard & Goodyear, 2004

Discussion of multicultural issues

Are therapists alert to when treatment is failing?

Hannan, et al., 2005


EST of 12 week anger management therapy results

Howard et al., 1986

A sizeable portion of patients reliably improve after 10 sessions