Congruence: An integrative five-dimension model
... Congruence: An integrative five-dimension model
congruence à cinq dimensions qui en rapproche les différents aspects et en clarifie leurs similarités et leurs
différences. Il articule différents dimensions de la congruence, y compris : les caractéristiques d’une
personne qui fonctionne à son plein ...
Derby Talks 3rd December 2013
... Events in my life over the past few years seem to have been telling me
it’s time for change and to reconnect with my true life path. However
it can be so difficult to see where that path lies, to strip away all the
experiences and conditioning that have led me to where I am today
and get back to wha ...
Weight-Based Microaggressions Experienced by Obese Women in
... Weight stigma (also referred to as anti-fat attitudes, weight bias, or obesity
stigma) is defined as negative attitudes or beliefs about overweight and obese individuals.
Often accompanied by weight-based discrimination, in which overweight and obese
individuals are treated more negatively because o ...
empathy: is that what i hear you saying?
... personal communication" (Plum, 1981, p.3). One cannot use therapeutic techniques to
simulate empathic feelings. While enhanced communication skills may have positive impact
on the therapeutic dialogue, this approach does not acknowledge that empathy must be felt to
be real. Empathy is not simply tal ...
Congruence in the therapists` and clients` ratings of the therapeutic
... the quality of the alliance and/or that therapists may address and work through alliance ruptures
even though they are not aware of their occurrence, which would work in favor of a positive
outcome of the treatment.
The concept of convergence is a theoretical construct which shares a number of aspe ...
Interpersonal Psychotherapy: An overview
... IPT including socialising the patient to
IPT, which is referred to as ‘creating the
IPT focus’, completing an interpersonal
inventory, developing an interpersonal
formulation and contracting the patient
to a specific number of sessions. In
the middle sessions, the therapist and
patient address the r ...
CURRENT USE OF AUGMENTATIVE AND ALTERNATIVE
... committee specified that individuals with severe disabilities should be ensured with specific
communication rights in all daily interactions. These rights include, but are not limited to, (a)
being provided with choices, (b) treatment and interventions that enable individuals with
disabilities to co ...
2 depression - Jyväskylän yliopisto
... Music therapists working with adults suffering from depression are helping preventing,
diagnosing and/or treating the depression. The expert opinion supports music therapy being a
suitable form of treatment for adults suffering from depression, but the history of research on
music therapy is only sh ...
Hoarding - Oncourse
... o Moving items from one pile to another, without discarding anything
o Acquiring unneeded or seemingly useless items, including trash or
napkins from a restaurant
o Difficulty managing daily activities, including procrastination and
Cognitive behavioral treatments of obsessive–compulsive
... (Morris & DeShon, 2002). In order to avoid this potential bias we decided to apply a common outcome measure as criterion for inclusion
in the present meta-analysis. The Y-BOCS (Goodman et al., 1989),
which has been widely used as primary outcome measure in research on the treatment of OCD and has be ...
Text - Reading`s CentAUR
... disorders category, but groups it with body
dysmorphic disorder, trichotillomania, hoarding
disorder, excoriation (skin-picking) disorder
and other disorders (American Psychiatric
Association 2013). This change was based on
evidence that these disorders share some aspects
of phenomenology, such as b ...
immediacy - The Safran Lab
... these reactions. We purposely kept our questions
and responses broad at this stage, so that we
could observe and record whatever emerged from
After observing all the sessions, we reviewed
all the transcripts to determine if each identified
immediacy event fit the criteria for such events
Course Handbook for students 2007-08
... experimented with cognitive psychotherapy methods in clinical practice. Equally,
trainees' professional backgrounds and current orientations differ widely.
It is our observation, derived from experience in running the course, that the feeling of
being "deskilled" is a common experience, even for tra ...
The Therapeutic Use of Metaphor
... pictures 'stands nearer to unconscious
process than thinking in words" (1923)
• Nash (1962, p.25) found that “Freud not only
illustrated by metaphor, he also conceived in
metaphor”. Freud’s model of the human mind
is itself a metaphor. There are no actual parts
of the brain which could be labelled t ...
Cognitive-Behavioral Case Formulation
... Cultural factors can also play a role in the origins of schemas or other hypothesized mechanisms, as in the example of John. Thus, to develop a comprehensive formulation of the case of a client who has been raised in another culture or by parents or caretakers who have come from another
culture, cli ...
48x36 Poster Template
... Empathy: put one's self in the other's shoes
Conceptualizing ability: grasp the client's
dynamics (Gelso & Hayes, 2001)
----------------------------------------------------------------#2(a) “The CFI-R examines relationship between
countertransference managemen ...
Dissociative Fudge - psychologylofchie
... main treatment for dissociative disorders. This
treatment uses techniques designed to
encourage communication of conflicts and
increase insight into problems.
Psychological Treatment of Eating Disorders
... present, then, there is little basis for the widespread belief
that family therapy is specifically efficacious for adolescents with anorexia nervosa (Fairburn, 2005). There are,
however, other sound reasons for adopting the approach.
The Maudsley model has been examined more often than
any other psy ...
... Figure 15.F04: As the population in the mental hospitals declined through
deinstutionalization, the prison population increased dramatically.
Data from Harcourt, Bernard E., An Institutionalization Effect: The Impact of Mental
Hospitalization and Imprisonment on Homicide in the United States, 1934- ...
Physical Therapy - Arcadia University
... To remain in good academic standing,
students must maintain a cumulative grade
point average of 2.7 in each semester. If a
student receives less than a 2.7 for a
semester, the student will be placed on
probation. Failure to improve the grade point
average in the subsequent semester will result
in di ...
Insurance Companies Need to Authorize and Pay for Longer
... When people present with behavioral health disorders and impaired every day
functioning, and careful history taking and other assessment techniques indicates
that the person experienced traumatic events that were not life threatening, such as
prolonged emotional abuse and denigration by a parent whe ...
Co-Narcissism: How We Accommodate to
... Compliance refers to the co-narcissistic
adaptation described earlier, wherein the
child becomes the approving audience
sought by the parent. The child is complying
with the parent’s needs by being the
counterpart the parent seeks. All three forms
of adaptation (identification, compliance,
and rebel ...
annals of medicine
... fire, they eventually convinced themselves that they did see something or did smell something when in fact they didn’t.” For
the workers in the pit at Ground Zero, Corrigan enlisted other firefighters to be “peer counsellors” and to provide moral
support and educational information about the possibl ...
Family therapy, also referred to as couple and family therapy, marriage and family therapy, family systems therapy, and family counseling, is a branch of psychotherapy that works with families and couples in intimate relationships to nurture change and development. It tends to view change in terms of the systems of interaction between family members. It emphasizes family relationships as an important factor in psychological health.The different schools of family therapy have in common a belief that, regardless of the origin of the problem, and regardless of whether the clients consider it an ""individual"" or ""family"" issue, involving families in solutions often benefits clients. This involvement of families is commonly accomplished by their direct participation in the therapy session. The skills of the family therapist thus include the ability to influence conversations in a way that catalyses the strengths, wisdom, and support of the wider system.In the field's early years, many clinicians defined the family in a narrow, traditional manner usually including parents and children. As the field has evolved, the concept of the family is more commonly defined in terms of strongly supportive, long-term roles and relationships between people who may or may not be related by blood or marriage.The conceptual frameworks developed by family therapists, especially those offamily systems theorists, have been applied to a wide range of human behaviour, including organisational dynamics and the study of greatness.