Flashcards in Psychodynamic Theories Deck (14):
Explains the origin of personality
This theory refer to when a client is seen as the product of his past and treatment involves dealing with repressed material in the unconscious. Developed by Sigmund Freud
This level of awareness contains all the information that a client is paying attention to at any given time.
This level of awareness contains all the information outside of a client's attention but readily available if needed - thoughts and feelings that can be brought into consciousness easily.
This level of awareness contains thoughts, feelings, desires, and memories of which clients have no awareness but that influence every aspect of their daily lives.
A reservoir of instinctual energy that contains biological urges such as impulses toward survival, sex, and aggression. It operates on the pleasure principle (the drive to achieve pleasure and avoid pain)
The component that manages the conflict between the id and the constraints of the real world. It operates on the reality principle (The awareness that gratification of impulses has to be delayed to accommodate the demands of the real world)
Behaviors "insync" with the ego (no girl)
Behavior "dis-n-sync with the ego (no guilt)
The moral component of personality. It contains all the more standards learned from parents and society. It causes clients to feel guilty when they go against society's rules
What are the psychosexual 5 stages of development in order?
1. Oral stage
2. Anal stage
3. Phallic stage
4. Latency stage
5. Genital stage
BLANK is an inability to progress normally from onstage into another
BLANK refers to a males child's sexual desire for his mother and hostility toward his father, whom he considers to be a rival for his mother's love