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What is this:
Talk utilized in the service of behavior change, alleviation of emotional symptoms, progress toward a meaningful, value based life.
Focus on thoughts and behavior (CBT), behaviors (BA), Couples therapy (IBCT), family systems (FFT).

Psychotherapy

2

What is the is the aim of psychotherapy?

balancing symptom reduction with value driven living

3

What is the most important tool in implementing psychotherapy?

creation of a therapeutic relationship

4

Who can use psychotherapy?

-individuals, groups, couples, family for ALL ages for DSM V problems and growth issues

5

What are the basics of psychotherapy?

-not spooky (stigma)
-collaborative relationships
-evidenced based treatments

6

What is this:
a type of CBT that is about empowering people to face life's challenges, overcome difficultues, and attaining a purposeful and meaningful life.

ACT (acceptance and commitment therapy)

7

What is the active ingredient acros psychotherapies?

relationship/alliance (agreement on goals, tasks, and bond, trust and connection)

8

(blank) therapy is focused on CHANGING THE BELIEFS CENTRAL TO DEPRESSION

cognitive therapy

9

What is the cognitive triad of depression?

depressed patients typically have:
1. negative view of themselves
2. negative view of environment
3. negative view of future

10

What are the ABCs of cognitive therapy?
How do you make people do this?

-Antecedent event
-Belief
-Consequence

Therapy is the focusing of changing the belief

Exposure and skill training

11

In ACT, beliefs are NOT important to change. what is though?

the willingness to

12

What is the therapy of ACT?

focus on changing ones relationships with ones thoughts and feelings, in the service of heading in a cherished, valued life direction

13

What are the central metaphors of ACT therapy

-Control: dont think about
-Willingness: And not but
-Values: what do you want on your tombstome

14

What is behavioral activation?
What are the tools that this therapy provides?

a cognitive therapy focused on doing what in the past provided meaning and value and pleasure. Negative thoughts and feelings are not viewed as barriers.

-New relationship with thoughts and feelings, focus on activites

15

(blank) is based on the idea that th events in your life and how you respond to such events influence how you feel

Behavioral activation

16

BA assumes that one reason people get depressed is that their lives are providing too few (blank) and too many (blank)

rewards
problems

17

T or F
When life is less rewarding or stressful, people sometimes pull away from the world around them and find that basic routines in their lives become disrupted

T

18

Pulling away from the world when feeling down is natural and understandable. The problem is that it also can increase (blank) and make it hard to do what?
How do you solve this with BA?

depression
solve life problems effectively

-provided people with activities that will bring them joy

19

What is IBCT (integrative behavioral couples therapy)?
What tools do you use?

focuses on changing ones relationship with conflict and difference (not "getting rid" of conflict)
-Acceptance/mindfullness training

20

In couples therapy, (blank) predicts depression, not visa versa

Discord

21

What are the bad signs of couples?

-criticism
-defensiveness
-contempt
-stonewalling

22

What are the good signs of couples?

-healthy conflict
-respect
(if you are not willing to have problems you've got them)

23

When should you not treat couples?

Violence

24

What is a cognitive therapy for bipolar disorder in adolescents dealing with a depressive episode?

Family focused therapy (FFT)

25

What four things are interconnected and result in depression?

-life stress
-family stress
-rhythm dysregulation
-mood disorder symptoms

26

What are the 6 objectives of family focused treatment?

-integrating the experiences associated with mood episodes in bipolar disorder
-accepting the notion of a vulnerability to future episodes
-accepting dependency on mood-stabilizing medication for symptom control
-distinguishing between the patient's personality and his or her bipolar disorder
-recognizing and learning to cope with stressful life events that trigger recurrences of bipolar disorder
-reestablishing functional relationships after a mood episode

27

In regards to treatment of depression, what was the best at helping people not relapse?
Next best?
Worst?

CT
BA
meds

28

Do medications or therapy cost more long term in the tx of depression?

meds

29

(blank) was more efficacious than CT in the acute treatment more severly depressed patient in this trial

BA