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NCE Theorists

theorists & their theory

Rogers Person-centered
Berne Transactional analysis
Freud Psychoanalysis
Ellis Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)
Perls Gestalt
Glasser Reality Therapy
Adler Individual Psychology
Jung Analytic Psychology
Skinner Behavior Modification
Bandura Neobehavioristic
Frankl Logotherapy
Williamson Trait-factor
Freud's 3 entities id, ego, superego
eros life instinct
thanatos death instinct
superego moral seat of the mind
ego reality principle
id houses biological forces (sex and aggression)
Jung's use of archetypes
persona social mask
animus masculine side of female
anima feminine side of male
androgynous both male and female characteristics
Jung's test Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
Adler emphasized birth order
John B. Watson coined the word behaviorism
Arnold Lazarus created the term behavior therapy
Ivan Pavlov popularized classical conditioning
Joseph Wolpe used systematic desensitization
B.F. Skinner was known for operant or instrumental conditioning
ABCDE; the D & E are D=counselor disputes irrational belief at B. E=new emotional consequence when B is rational
REBT uses lots of homework or bibliotherapy
Aaron Beck Cognitive Therapy
Beck's therapy is similar to REBT
Gestalt's therapy is what kind of approach experiential/existential
Gestalt focuses on here and now
Created by: zhenry88