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Haley

Strategic
paradoxical interventions
focus on SX RELIEF

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Perls

Gestalt
boundary disturbance: introjection--takes beliefs of others into self
transference
awareness
"Growth disorder"
Goal of therapy: regain wholeness

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Minuchin

Structural family therapy
boundary problems: detouring, stable coalition, triangulation

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Rogers

Person-centered therapy
Self-actualization
incongruence: between sense of self and world - leads to anxiety
Conditions of worth
Goal of therapy: Reducing incongruence
Empathy ( most imp), genuineness, unconditional + regard

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Jung

Analytical psychotherapy
Archetypes
Unconscious: Collective unconscious + personal/individual
Individuation: conscious + unconscious
Two attitudes: extra version or introversion
4 basic psych functions: thinking, feeling, sensing, intuiting

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Mahler

Object-relations
Separation/individuation (4-5 mos)

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Adler

Individual
Inferiority feelings
Style of life (by 4-5 yo)
Teleological approach

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Frankl

Logotherapy

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Glasser

Reality
choice theory - 5 basic needs
Success v failure ID

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Kelly

Personal construct
bipolar dimensions of meaning
"Construes" events

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De Shazar

Solution-focused
(Not focused on etiology!)
Miracle Question
Identifying expectations
Scaling (1-10) questions
--task assigned for next session
--ask what's better? Reinforce

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Prochaska & DiClemente

Transtheoretical model of behavior change
Pre contemplation -- no intention of action
Contemplation -- aware, but ambivalent
Preparation -- action in 30 days, have a plan
Action -- making changes
Maintenance -- working to prevent relapse, confidence in changes

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Ackerman

"Grandfather of family therapy"

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MRI in Palo Alto

Communication/Interaction therapy

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Bowen

Extended family systems

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Focus of psychodynamic

Unconscious processes
Insight into unconscious
Universal principals
Early development

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Motivational Interviewing

OARS
Open-ended questions
Affirmation
Reflective listening
Summary reflections

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Feminist vs. non-sexist therapy

Non-sexist focuses on personal causes and behavior change

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Interpersonal Therapy

Tx for major depression
Brief, manualized
Goals: reduce Sx, increase effective interactions
Targets: interpersonal role disputes, role transitions, grief, interpersonal deficits
Strategies:
psychoeducation
Exploring expectations/perceptions of others
Increasing effect communication/problem solving skills
Using therapeutic relationship ad a MODEL

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Differences between family therapies

Bowen extended -- differentiation, works with 2 members, multigenerational transmission
Haley strategic -- emphasis on communication, direct directives, paradoxical interventions
Minuchin structural -- focus on boundaries, then join/evaluate/unbalance

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Racial Cultural ID Model

CDRIII
Conformity
Dissonance
Resistance/Immersion
Introspection
Integrative Awareness

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Therapist preference depending on stage of Racial-Cultural ID

Conformity - conforms to majority
(prefers majority group therapist)
Dissonance - questioning, becomes suspicious of majority
(Prefers therapist knowledgeable of their group)
Resistance/Immersion -reject majority group, blame them for problems
(Therapist from own group)
Introspection -
(Prefers own group therapist; may see therapist with similar world view)
Integrative Awareness - multicultural perspective

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Cross' Black Racial ID Model

Preencounter -- views Whites as ideal; low racial salience
Encounter -- high AA ID/racial awareness
Immersion/Emersion -- immersed in AA culture, denigrates whites
Internalization -- 3 ids: pro-Black/no racist, bicultural, multicultural

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Helms' White Racial ID Model

Contact: little awareness of id, racist attitudes/beliefs
**IPS: obliviousness, denial
Disintegration: paternalistic toward AA; retreat into white society
**IPS: ambivalence, suppression of info
Reintegration: accepts racist views, whites superiority
**IPS:selective perception, neg out group distortion
Pseudoindependent: questions racist views, whites contribution to racism
**IPS: selective perception, reshaping reality
Immersion/Emersion: explore meaning of being white, confronts biases
**IPS: hyper vigilance, reshaping
Autonomy: no racist white id
**IPS: flexibility

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Homosexual ID Model

Sensitization
Self-recognition/ID Confusion
ID Assumption
Commitment/ID Integration

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Acculturation (Berry)

Integration -- maintains own, includes aspects of dominant
Assimilation -- accepts dominant, relinquishes own
Separation -- separates from dominant, accepts own
Marginalization -- neither dominant or own

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Group therapy (Yalom)

(1) orientation, participation, search for meaning, dependency
(2) conflict, dominance, rebellion
(3) cohesiveness

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Freud defense mechanisms

Repression (most basic)
Reaction formation
Projection

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Freudian analysis

Confrontation
Clarification
Interpretation
Catharsis, insight and working through