Psychotherapy

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  • Eugene Gendlin Experiential Method Essay

    Eugene T. Gendlin born in1926 in Vienna. His family emigrated to the United States to escape the Nazis when he was a child. During the 1950s, He studied under Carl Rogers, the founder of client-centered therapy. Gendlin received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Chicago, where he became an Associate Professor. Gendlin believes the discovery of meaning is not in the conscious, or, the unconscious as suggested by Freud, not even the congruence between feeling, concept, and expression…

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  • Mental Health: A Case Study

    Psychotherapy has been proven to help improve mental health and help change people’s attitudes. This works by firstly, learning new ways to think. Many times people, who have been dealing with diseases such as anorexia, repeat the same thought processes. These thoughts gave way into the disease and continually allow it to worsen. Through psychotherapy, clients can establish new thought processes and brain patterns. This will…

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  • Similarities Between Individual Psychology And Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

    inferiority feeling which he sees it as a normal condition and a source of striving motivation of all humans in their lifestyle. In Adlerian psychotherapy,…

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  • Humanistic Vs Cognitive Psychology

    would approach the person in a supportive manner. However, cognitive psychotherapy sees thoughts as brutal while behavioral doesn't. Also, cognitive and behavioral wish to be more specific with treatments while humanistic wants to be more wide-ranging…

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  • Comfort Level Facilitating Group Analysis

    Level Facilitating Groups In this paper, I will briefly describe two types of groups and address my personal comfort as a facilitator for each. I will describe the differences in my confidence and comfort level facilitating psychoeducational and psychotherapy groups. Following the group descriptions, I will write about potential strategies that can be employed to reduce my discomfort and improve effectiveness as a group leader. Description of Groups Corey, Corey, and Corey (2010) define…

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  • Summary: The Counseling Technique Of Coaching

    The counseling technique of coaching comes in various ways and types to the counseling field. Professional coaches provide an ongoing partnership designed to help clients produce fulfilling results in their personal and professional lives. Coaches’ help people improve their performances and enhance the quality of their lives. Coaches are trained to listen, to observe and to customize their approach to individual client needs. They seek to elicit solutions and strategies from the client; they…

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  • Mindfulness In Psychology

    Theories of Psychotherapy Numerous theories have arisen through the field of psychology, each building upon each other or disputing the belief structure of the others. Each therapist seeking to recognize or resolve the suffering of the individual. Suffering is common to all psychology. The practice of mindfulness, from the Buddhist philosophy, is the common key to these theories, if not always acknowledged or fully realized. The concept of mindfulness is intertwined within psychotherapy…

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  • Psychodynamic Therapy Analysis

    Insight therapies are approaches to psychotherapy based on the notion that psychological we'll-being depends on self-understanding. Psychodynamic therapies are psychotherapies that attempt to uncover repressed childhood experiences that are thought to cause the patient's current problems. Psychoanalysis is a technique developed by Freud. Transference is an emotional reaction that occurs during the psychoanalysis, in which the patient displays feelings and attitudes toward the analyst that were…

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  • Applied Psychology: Defence Mechanisms And Attachment Theory

    research and theory to problems in everyday life. It includes clinical psychology, the largest field in psychology. Clinical psychologist – who represent 40% of all psychologist are involved in psychotherapy. ( Gale 931). First of all therapies such as the psychoanalytic psychotherapy or discussion therapy, which is the most popular kind of therapy recognize worldwide. During these treatment sessions it consist of saying whatever a patient may have in their minds. This process makes the…

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  • Taoist Cognitive Therapy Case Study

    1. Introduction In this paper we will first look at the recent cultural development in the Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) namely the Taoist Cognitive Therapy (TCT), and how it is implemented in treating the Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). Then we will identify and examine the philosophical presuppositions behind TCT and evaluate the Taoist’s worldview according to the scripture. 2. What Is Taoist Cognitive Therapy (TCT) Taoist Cognitive Therapy (TCT) is originally developed in China…

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