The aim of psychoanalysis here is to make the unconscious conscious .The concept of the unconscious has deep significance for analytic group therapy. Group counsellor should have an understanding of how unconscious processes operate. This understanding provides group practitioners with conceptual framework that helps them make sense of interactions in a group, even if members do not deal with the unconscious
Teaching the member on how to reframe for circumstances that do not work will help the member work towards making changes as part of becoming more resilient. Practicing resiliency with the member is revisiting experiences and actions to identify and discuss in a constructive manner how the member has utilized coping strategies and change of
The psychodynamic approach places emphasis on leaders obtaining insights into their personality characteristics and understanding the responses of colleagues based on their personalities. Leaders also encourage colleagues to gain insights into their own personalities so that they learn to understand their reactions to the leader and others. Important concepts in psychodynamic approach to leadership include family origin, individuation, dependence and independence, repression and shadow self. The approach proposes that leaders are more effective when they have an insight into their own psychological makeup and understand the psychological makeup of their colleagues (Woolfook, 2009). This leads to an important aspect of leadership that emphasizes past experiences, the unconsciousness, emotions, self-understanding and personality types as well as the relationship between the leaders and colleagues and the emotional transaction and communication between and among people (Zalzenik, 2008).
INTRODUCTION Advanced Counselling Theories: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (PP) rooted from traditional psychoanalysis theories. PP operates with the basic assumption that focuses on unconscious processes, recognising how a person’s behaviour and feelings in the present rooted from childhood experiences in the past. The objective of PP is to facilitate client to reach self-awareness and to have a better understanding of the problems by identifying the origin of the issues as well as underlying causes that may be present. PP places heavy emphasis on client’s relationships and interpersonal experience (Shedler, 2010).
I would concentrate on developing a sound therapeutic relationship with Codrina, by setting goals, planning treatment and selecting intervention. Build a rapport and trusting relationship with her. Assist with skills that involves identifying dysfunctional thoughts and evaluating how realistic her thought is, modifying her beliefs relating to others and assist with gaining a more adaptive and accurate perspective also initiate behaviors changes. In psychotherapy, my goals would be to emphasize what Cordrina thoughts are also, blend elements from different approaches and tailor her treatment according to the client needs build trust in client and therapist relationship, demonstrate empathy, help Cordrina respond to inaccurate or
In this article, the author comparing the counseling process and its outcome metaphorically to Freud 's psychosexual stage idea of personality progress. He focuses on similarities between the oral, anal, phallic, latency, and genital stages of both Freud 's idea and the counseling route, leading to fresh awareness into the nature of the counseling relationship. To define term of metaphora :"metaphors intend to suggest, and thus to reveal, certain images which enable us to see a likeness between initially different events"(Garcia, John L,2001). That is to explain this comparison is to prove how metaphors can be used to make uncertain experiences; and to offer an idea for refreshing the clinical perspective on the nature of the counseling relationship. Sigmund Freud, was one of the most influential people of the twentieth century ,he was the founding father of psychoanalysis, a method for treating mental illness and also a theory which explains human behavior.
Cognitive Processing Therapy Patricia A. Resick, PhD developed the cognitive processing therapy that includes an exposure element but highly emphasizes on cognitive strategies to alter negative thinking that emerged from a traumatic event (DeAngelis, 2013). Cognitive processing therapy actually draws upon knowledge from prolonged exposure treatments that have been effective but focuses mainly on information processing theory (Schulz, 1992). Cognitive processing therapy has the victims directly address these negative cognitions related to related to safety, danger, trust and one’s introspections that leads prevents them from recovery. The therapists role is to engage in the cognitive component of the therapy through the use of open-ended
It is the group therapy analogue of important therapeutic factors in individual therapy such insight working through the transference, and the corrective emotional experience. Also, it represents processes unique to the group setting that unfold only as a result of specific work on the part if the therapist. Interpersonal learning is also defined by the importance of interpersonal relationships and the group as social microcosm (Yalom & Leszcz, 2005, p. 19). In group therapy, this approach should be directed toward the correction of interpersonal distortions, thus enabling the client to lead a more abundant life, to participate collaboratively with others, to obtain interpersonal satisfaction in the context of realistic, mutually satisfying interpersonal relationships (Yalom & Leszcz, 2005, p.
Two types of therapies used for the treatment of depression are talking and behavioral therapies. In talking therapies, patients will talk to their therapist about their problems. In behavioral therapy, therapists teach their patients how to have more rewarding actions and help them forget their behavior that helped cause their depression. Short term therapies are also effective for treating depression in certain situations. The two most commonly used are interpersonal, deal with the patient’s relationships that may of caused their depression, and cognitive therapies, the therapist focuses on helping their patient change their negative thinking and behavior that contributes to their depression.
The main aim of this assignment is to find out the strength and weakness, similarities and differences between the different approaches of psychology such as biological approach, behavioural approach and psychodynamic approach. I have chosen mental illness to evaluate these approach. The biological, behavioural and psychodynamic approaches of psychology are connected to the nature and nurture argument. The biological approach highly talks about nature side of the argument and states that all behaviour is biological and is treatable.
Based on R.S case SOAP notes, other therapies such as Cognitive remediation therapy (CRT). Can be considered with the treatment of schizophrenia. According to the article written by Chien, Leung, Yeung, & Wong, (2013). Cognitive behavioral therapy(CBT) and Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) can be used for treating R.S.