In order for the intervention to be successful, there need to be goals established at the beginning of treatment when working with childhood trauma. Long-term goals for childhood trauma include developing an awareness of how childhood issues have affected addiction, learn how childhood trauma resulted in interpersonal problems and addictions, maintain a program of recovery that is free from addiction and the negative effects, and resolve past issues so that there is less fear, anger and depression which will assist in the individual having a greater sense of self-worth and confidence (Perkinson, Jongsma, & Bruce, 2014). The following table provides objectives and therapeutic interventions for childhood trauma as discussed by Perkinson et al
Sharf begins by highlighting the main focus of each theory and the therapy used to correct client’s unwanted behaviors or thoughts. Because of the diversity among clients, therapists are now more focused on what the best therapy is for a specific type of client (Sharf, 2016, pg. 13). With that, Sharf transitions into discussing several different psychological disorders in which these theories can be applied. The chapter concludes in a concise explanation of current trends, research and issues, all being imperative factors to understand psychotherapy theories.
Psychoanalytical Psychotherapies and Adlerian psychotherapy are comparable; first they both have evolved from psychoanalysis in conceptualized and framed psychoanalytic. Second, both also, believe that early development considerably influences continuing development. Finally, both theories may predispose the learner to understand early development significantly change continuing development. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapies and Adlerian psychotherapy are different in that psychoanalytic psychotherapies are motivated by our imaginations, desires, or out tacit knowledge that 's outside or one 's awareness also known as unconscious motivations. Whereas Adlerian psychotherapy believed holism that people should not break into parts.
I will also discuss the most successful theory and defend my argument by explaining how the theory. The desire satisfaction theory accommodates the thought which hedonism does not accommodate. According to the desire satisfaction theory, our lives go better when the world actually is a certain way, and doesn’t merely appear to be a certain way. An individual experiences pleasure when the desires are satisfied but it is not a guarantee that the desires cause pleasure.
Nietzsche’s influence extended beyond philosophy to psychology. Notably, Sigmund Freud, the architect of psychoanalysis and analytic psychology founder, Carl Jung are said to be influenced by Nietzsche’s work (Brians, 1998). Although Nietzsche’s work left impressions on several other twentieth century psychologists, including Alfred Adler, Abraham Maslow and Ayn Rand, for the purpose of this essay the effect on Freud and Jung’s work will be in primary focus. Jung was fascinated by Nietzsche and his work. From Jung’s student days to him being a pioneer in the psychoanalytic movement, Jung read and developed his own thoughts regarding Nietzsche’s ideas and work (Rensma, 2012).
The Tidal Model embraces specific assumptions about people, their experience of problems of human living and their capacity for change (Barker and Buchanan-Barker, 2005). The Tidal Model focus is on the client and not on the disorder the client as such, its aim as a therapeutic one. (Barker 1997) states rather than engaging with the disorder or illness, the Tidal Model focuses on contacting the person. The Tidal Modal focuses on the person’s life story, to try encounter the real reason of their distress, to find the real meaning to what is affecting the person. The Tidal modal has a more personal touch due to focusing on what needs to be done to resolve the problem affecting the client.
This is why we take various actions, to ensure enough outer goods to obtain health, leisure time and the ability to have virtue in our lifespan. Furthermore, another point Aristotle emphasizes, is that moral virtue is located somewhere between extremes and deficiency. That’s where the Greek saying “παν μετρον αριστον” comes from, meaning everything is good but don’t over or under do it. Keep everything in moderation, except virtue. Aristotle believes that no human ‘will’ is bad, if it can be controlled by reasoning based on moral principles.
Introduction Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) are a set of theories that endeavour to solve patient’s contemporary problems. Some of these theories include Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Rational Behavior Therapy, Rational Living Therapy, Cognitive Therapy and Dialectic Behavior Therapy. However, throughout this work, we will be focusing mainly on Beck’s cognitive behavioural therapy. It is important to note that all CBT treatments are characterized by certain features. Firstly it is a highly structured, evidence based-treatment that aims to address patient’s current problems.
There are strengths of psychoanalysis. Firstly, reconstruction of personality. Therapists act as a guideline to assist or help clients to enable them to rebuild their organized pattern of behavioral characteristics. Therapists enable clients to explore wide range of perspectives and understandings when they encounter life problems which they find it difficult to
Implications for practice Findings showed that for a proper care planning, vital stability factors as well as specific identified in the study must be dully addressed and considered. On this premise, the relevance and importance of our principal framework (Figure 3) transcends risk identification and elimination but provide an explanation on how the challenges each factor pose at different times and situations. The translation of our evidence into actionable insight which would facilitate smooth practice is ongoing and the stage involve the formulation, design, piloting, and propagation of evident-based tools which can aid social workers to successfully make efficient, actionable formulation, and care plans for placement that appears unstable and at the verge of collapsing. Research recommendations While efforts have been concentrated on developing a working model of placement instability in this study, there is a need for more in-depth analysis and report on the fundamental processes supporting the effects of vulnerability and protective factors.
It was determined that it would be more productive to spend less time talking about problems, and more time finding solutions that would provide realistic, reasonable, and quick relief (Berg, n.d.). It is believed that the individual already possesses the tools to solve their problems, and that by examining those times when the problem is not present or is less severe, the solutions can be found (Seligman & Reichenberg, 2014). This approach empowers and encourages the client, provides them with hope for their future, and enables them to utilizes tools that already work for them, rather than learning new techniques that work for someone else (Berg,
Lundahl et al (2010) suggest that in this environment MI could be less effective in promoting change. The environment which clinicians practice has a significant role in the modalities chosen for intervention, with frameworks such as MI, the environment can be counterproductive to the application and success of the intervention, despite best intentions of the
College counseling centers have been trying to address the need by providing training to faculty members in responding to crises, increasing clinical services, and increased referral training (Chugani, 2015, p. 121). College counseling center programs led by faculty with goals of education, resources, and support for severe mental illness (Chugani, 2015, p. 121). When integrating DBT to college counseling centers, colleges need to understand these facilities were originally designed to deliver short-term psychotherapy session with trainees as therapists and subject to breaks and vacations interfering with treatment plans. These factors can alter the way services and groups sessions are delivered to students in need due to limited amounts of free counseling appointments offered to each student. The counseling centers need to provide strategically adapted DBT models designed to fit the needs and resources of college students (Chugani, 2015, p. 122).