If one were to look at the origin of Jakes anxiety from the Behavioral approach, it would be based only on observations. By looking at the environment around Jake, they could figure out what is causing the anxiety. For example Jake may fell anxious and overwhelmed when he has homework. From this the psychologist suggest a reward system. If Jake did his homework, he may be rewarded with a sense of accomplishment. Ultimately this could lead to reduced anxiety.
However, the practice of humanistic therapy diverges at this point. Psychologists of this school of thought use qualitative or more subjective methods rather than numbers and objective data in treatment. In other words, they help you understand your thoughts, moods and behaviors.
“Therapy (psychotherapy) is the process of working with a licensed therapist to develop positive thinking and coping skills to treat mental health issues such as mental illness and trauma.” Psychological therapies can generally fall into some of these categories: behavioral therapies, which concentrate on behavior; humanistic therapies, which concentrate on self-improvement; arts therapies, which use creative arts within the therapeutic process. Some psychologists use a form of "integrative" therapy, which focuses on drawing on and blending particular types of techniques together. Others may work in an "eclectic" way, which focuses on taking elements of various models and merging them while working with patients. Talking with a therapist or
Explain relevant theories of communication (humanist, behaviourist, cognitive, psycho-analytical) including an example of how each may be applied in a health and social care setting
Both behaviorism and psychoanalysis do not believe in the concept of free will in humans and they are both deterministic. Behavioral approach assets that the environment and the consequences of behavior control people while psychoanalysis believe that people are controlled by their unconscious drives. Through his observations, Freud believed that childhood experiences could lead to emotional problems in adulthood. Skinner in his experiment proved that behavior that produces pleasurable consequences is likely to be repeated whilst that which produces negative consequences is stamped out.
The Latino based culture is one of fastest growing ethnicity in the United States. They have the highest sexual and physical abuse rates in the country. Culturally, Latinos require more empathy, family involvement, male inclusion, and psychoeducation. Trauma-Focus Therapy (TF-CBT) is an evidence-based intervention, which produce results that reduce PTSD symptoms in the Latino culture. The author explains step-by-step the procedures for implementing TF-CBT. The author explains the theoretical approach to the therapy, which incorporates multiple theories such as humanistic, psychodynamic,
Madison was referred for a full psycho-educational evaluation as one part of her mandated three-year re-evaluation process. Madison has a current special education classification of Other Health Impaired, secondary to Neurofibromatosis. She is educated within a general education classroom; in addition, Madison attends resource room daily for 40 minutes in a five student to teacher ratio classroom (5:1). She receives counseling services with a counselor for thirty minutes twice a month. Her testing accommodations include extended time (1.5) and refocusing/redirection. Program modifications include special seating arrangements, refocusing and redirection, check for understanding and a copy of class notes. A vision consultation service is provided once a month for 45 minutes in the classroom setting.
This study will design to examine the effectiveness of implementation of an anxiety reduction program on children and adolescence with anxiety disorders. It was hoped that a reduction in anxiety will be seen after the participants completed the coping cat program as a group. A reduction in anxiety would indicate a change in the child’s individualistic behavior, change in a child’s social behavior and improve of academic achievement. Data from this study were designed to evaluate the potential effectiveness of this type of evidence-based program as an intervention within a school system.
Explained to Jason how behavioral therapy will help with his anxiety and it is focus on helping eradicate unwanted behavior. Jason will attend therapy in order to learn what thoughts and feeling has leaded him to feel anxious and be able to fully understand it. Explain to Jason the reason behind choosing this type of approach since a behavior is learned and it can be un-learned. The main goal is to help Jason learn a new positive behavior, which will lead to eliminate the issue of anxiety. Also explain to Jason I will incorporate a cognitive approach since it dealing with thoughts, beliefs and attitudes. As a counselor, I will help Jason understand any negative thoughts or attitudes he has towards himself and how it is affecting him and more importantly, how to change them. I explained to
Stress is the #1 health problem in America today. Worry builds up inside a person and in many cases and manifests itself in physical illness. Doctors even now believe that anxiety may be the cause of many diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and gastrointestinal problems as well. Stress is costing America billions in medical bills, OTC drugs, and sessions with therapists in an attempt to combat the effects of anxiety caused by stress. But, what if there was a way to relief stress and its associated anxiety that comes with it. Well, that's what we are going to cover today in this article, you can get rid of your anxiety and you don't have to go into therapy or resort to expensive drugs. It is as simple as using your voice a use of sounds that you create while rhythmic breathing. It's over a thousand years old and has helped millions. Transcendental Meditation ™ that comes to us from India and was brought here to the U.S. and made popular by the Beatles. TM can lower your blood pressure and is one of the best tools to fight stress and anxiety on the planet that doesn't require a doctor, guru, and spiritual advisor. It is based on sound scientific principles and we will let you in on its secrets today.
Therapies are treatment methods aimed to help people feel better and function more effectively. There are three main forms of psychotherapy; Cognitive, Humanistic, and Behavioral. Cognitive therapy emphasizes on a person’s thoughts as cause and means of intervention for abnormal behavior rather than their actions. Cognitive therapist theorize that a dysfunctional way of thinking lead to dysfunctional emotions and behavior. This explains why their goal is to change a patient’s thoughts because it will change how they feel and what they do. Humanistic therapy emphasizes a person’s ability to make logical decisions, as well as their relationship with the therapist as means for self-growth. Humanistic therapies are based on face-to-face communication
There are five main approaches to Psychology with each one having its own strengths and weaknesses. Each idea has its own view for the reasons why we behave the way we do and they all add something to our understanding of human behaviour.
To understand a behavior is hard .. because of the complexity and the richness that has any behavior apart ...but and because every human has live different experiences that make him unique .That's the main reason that we have different approaches on Psychology. One perspective is the biological that is based in materialism ,that means material possessions make us happy and an indicator of personal success. There two primary concerns of the biological approach,the one is about the nervous system and the working on this because there is complex of neurons that enables the senses, controls the body function, and is associated with mental events. The second is the role the heredity takes place in behavior .. The transmission of characteristics
In its most general sense, Behaviorism, also known as behavioral psychology, is a theory of learning developing as a result of the ideas and beliefs shared by a group of people who has influenced educators’ view of learning. The term behavioral psychology refers to a psychological approach which principally concerned with stimulus-response activities and emphasizes the role of environmental factors in a learning process, to the exclusion of own free will. There is a tenet of behavioral psychology that “only observable, measurable, an outward behavior is worth investigating” (Bush, 2006, p. 14). Historically speaking, behaviorism was originated in the 1880s and develops gradually in the twentieth-first century and beyond. Skinner and
to develop students' intellectual and moral qualities. Perennialist classrooms are also centered on teachers in order to accomplish these goals. The teachers are not concerned about the students' interests or experiences. They use tried and true teaching methods and techniques that are believed to be most beneficial to disciplining students' minds. The perennialist curriculum is universal and is based on their view that all human beings possess the same essential nature. Perennialists think it is important that individuals think deeply, analytically, flexibly, and imaginatively. They emphasize that students should not be taught information that may soon be outdated or found to be incorrect. Perennialists disapprove of teachers requiring students