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    Non-verbal behaviours are messages sent between people that are used to build and maintain relationships and are largely sent and interpreted unconsciously (Forbes & Jackson, 1980). Studies have indicated that when a person’s verbal behaviour contradicts their non-verbal behaviour their verbal communication is likely to be discounted by the recipient (Forbes & Jackson, 1980). Non-verbal behaviour is a way of tuning into the person you are communicating with. It is used in regulating…

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    to explain relationships toward or with people throughout various psychoanalytic theories. Particularly, the theories Object Relations theory and Classical Drive theory. Object Relations theory addresses an object as a part of a relationship or attunement with other people, particularly parental relationships. According to Melanie Klein, an object is a person or a role of a person in a particular person’s life. This person generally serves as a template in adulthood for relationships from…

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    Group Therapy

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    negatively affect a child in the long-term. Group therapy can be an effective way of facilitating healing after sexual abuse. Subsequently, the group therapy should create an environment in which children can address their issues and develop healthy relationships. Rationale Sexually abused children undergo various experiences that affect…

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    more on empirical evidence and quantifiable results” (Price, 2011, p. 58). In ET, it is difficult to identify specific outcomes of a clients to measure for research. This is because every therapeutic relationship begins and is molded by the client’s experiences and understandings, so every therapeutic relationship is unique and distinct. Along with the fact that every goal of each ET session is based upon that unique client, the ET goals are normally intangible concepts (Neukrug, 2010, p.…

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    This journal article discusses the early correctional counselor’s responsibilities and relationships between counselors and inmates. It also discusses more recent practices and what can be improved in the future to help keep people out of jail and prison. Bland feels as though if there was a way to continue the counseling services after the inmates leave jail or prison and build better bonds and relationships with the counselors, then there would be less people returning to jail or prison for…

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    Will Hunting Case

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    interpersonal trust and pursue an intimate relationship. Current assessment provides an analysis on ethical issues occurred in the therapy, followed by some recommendations for…

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    Counter Transference

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    may come up in the treatment relationship and understand how these play…

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    The relationships between family members can often be the most complex relationships. Deborah Tannen tries to shed some light on family relationships in her book, I Only Say This because I Love You. Deborah Tannen has primarily studied linguistics, but she has also written books explaining communications of all types. In this book, she focuses on families and explains how to understand the relationships between family members. Each chapter goes into detail about individual relationships, such…

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    tensions, but The major stereotype that affects most of modern relationships is the stereotypes between men and women. Women state that “they are always right”, and “All men act like children”, while men state that “Taking care of the household is a woman’s job.” I not only do I want to talk about stereotypes, but I also want to address how these stereotypes are wrong and how they destroy most relationships. MANY OF YOU might be in a relationship at the moment, so you…

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    Tragedy In Frankestein

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    Everyone makes relationships to fulfil their desires. As relationships are made, people look for positivity and happiness that they can get from the relationships. Some relationships turn out well but unfortunately not everybody becomes successful. In “Frankestein” and “The descent”, the protagonist and the others do not develop a positive relationship or at least they cannot because of society. The protagonist and the others do not have a cooperative relationship which is the main factor of…

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